High Desert Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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- Woke up bright and early and checked out today at 6:00 - Ate at a continental breakfast that was complimentary - Got to visit Humboldt National Park which cost about $15 to get in - Took an ATV off road tour of the mountains - Got to pet a bunny - Found a cute little mom and pop hotel which was only 25 bucks a night - The missus promised my waffles in the ...
- 9:00 a.m. Woke up this morning desperately wanting to get out of this place. I need running water. Also the coyotes kept me up last night so I got vary little sleep. So on the road I go, after eating a granola bar. ...
... we passed through a tunnel in the mountain just before we reached our destination. We fueled up one more time since we hadn't filled up our tank. Cost: 26.004 gallons @ $4.009/gal for a total of $104.25. We checked out two RV resorts. The Double Dice was nothing but gravel and we ended up at the Iron Horse RV Resort which was much nicer. Cost $94.00 for two nights - not ...
Friday It was a 5 hour drive from Reno to the ruby mountains. Plus another hour and a half where the 6 of us packed into one small car with all our gear and drove to the other end of the trail. This was to be the most beautiful part of Nevada according to many. I was being accompanied by five others. Two girls, shoreview and Double down. And three other guys, Charlie Flow, Jimmy Joe, and PAC man. Our goal was to spend 3 days hiking 25 miles of the ruby crest trail. ...
... the many visitors to this quaint town. To our surprise we met another couple in the church who also was from out town of Pittsburg. We had our pictures taken together by Barbara, the lady who ran the gift shop.
There are two other churches in the city, St. Paul’s, also the original destroyed in the 1875 fire and rebuilt a year later. The last church and oldest since it survived the fire is the First Presbyterian church. Both were closed ...