Prospector Hotel and Casino
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a sailboat. Hummmm, makes us wonder where he is headed. We have passed a lot of diesel trucks pulling 3 trailers. I have never seen them pull more than 2 at a time in Texas. Lots of snow fences on both sides of the highway. This a very good stretch of paved highway we are traveling ...
We were supposed to go to Great Basin National Park today, but it was rainy and foggy, so we decided to just stay at home for the day. It was the first "rainout" we have had in our 5 trips cross country. We worked on the blog, took naps, watched golf and did the laundry - nice to have a relaxing day. ...
... shop I could check out and support. Funny enough, the cleaning lady said Ely is the “big town” compared to where she lives. Lol. As I sit in the lobby writing this blog locals are very friendly and stop to comment on my “cute” dog and then talk about their pets. A dog is such an easy ice breaker for conversation...even more entertaining on a long ...
I got up early to finish the homework I had to have ready for my meeting with my counselor. I got on the road by 9:15 and headed towards Eureka, Nevada. I took a short break in Eureka and got some food and then got ready for what turned out to be a pretty grueling day. I was taking a break on the third big hill climb called Little Antelope Summit when an old local guy stopped and inquired about what ...
We left Reno a little later than expected. Reno has a Whole foods and we wanted to stock up on gluten free foods before we left civilization. We got our Peets drinks too. We changed our minds about going to Salt lake city. We decided to take highway 50 otherwise known as the loneliest road in the world. We saw a sign that said Extreme deer crossing. I have never seen that sign before. As we drove ...