Horseshu Hotel and Casino
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... feet elevation, the temperature went from 95 F when we pulled in to 30 F at night; how do you like that swing?
Jackpot is another nothing town but the Tufie likes the casino here. It's also high in the mountains and they've had some freezing temperatures, so there's no water or sewer at this park, but doesn't matter since we have much larger tanks in this rig than the Chinook, and know how to manage it.
... this lifestyle". Short answer: PHENOMENAL!!! The sense of freedom, lack of responsibility, obligation or any stress is a powerful liberating force. Every day is joyous. Contentment permeates. Ok, enough, already. But there are certain things you need to adjust to, such as:
- Not seeing and being near those incredible kids and grandkids we have. Each of them ...
... this blog (the wifi is VERY spotty here - painful - LOL!) We walked over to the casino. I "donated" $12, and had a comp Michelob Ultra. Jerry put $1 in a quarter machine and walked away with $20. Go figure! http://images.travelpod.com/users/sloan cat/thumbnail.large.1.1405884492.1-cact us-pete-s-rv-park.jpg Back in the RV for dinner, and in for the night. We got rained on a bit walking back to the RV. We'll probably stay someplace in Idaho ...
... of the trip. Barb was getting the vapors! I'm not sure, but I think I left the gas nozzle in my truck and pulled away. My gas door was nearly falling off at the next gas stop. Had to get gas often getting only 8 mpg, YIKES! But let's face it, it's about the journey, not the MPG.
On our way to Boise, ID today to stay with Mike & Connie for a few days and then up to their cabin in Lowman, ID
... it was on the border with Idaho and I don't think Idaho has gambling. It was a small town with 3 or 4 casinos but a pretty town, obviously built for the gambling business. In the middle of the desert, it was all green because they completely irrigate the entire town. We stayed at Cactus Pete and I think that perhaps Cactus Pete owned the entire ...