Prospector Hotel and Casino
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Usual drill and on the road 10amish, all set for Highway 50 the loneliest highway in America, there was not much to see and the landscape looked like the moon, we came across the old Pony Express Stations (used to deliver mail around in the late 1800s) and a recreation area which was a couple of huge sand dunes, there were heaps of big rigs (RVs) …
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. ...
We awoke to 46 degrees this morning at Snow Canyon. I put away the water hose yesterday eve, thinking it would freeze, according to the forecast. No so, but it would have been a hassle anyway.
We got out of our site with only one new, and the only, mar on The Pearl. My fault, I admit. Lynn was guiding me well, but my brain was awry and didn't read the signals properly.
We headed north on a circuitous two-lane road with sunny skies ...
... on the "lonely road" called: Horns-A-Plenty-Antler-Art (see picture below). I checked out their website and they make amazing lighting and home accents with antlers! These beautiful pieces have been featured in commercials and movies too!
Ely is also known for a UFO crash nearby on August 14,1952:
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 ...