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Love It!!! Old charm with a casino and restaurant!
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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. ...
... was done then and all is dried out. The guy called me back to tell me it would meet us in Carson City about the time that we arrive. It seems to be a rather efficient company, so we will see it that continues. I will surely be nice to take a shower again.
It's great to have internet again and get this written and catch up on emails and FB. Lynn had made White Chicken Chili for last night. It will be more than appropriate here in the land of ...
How ironic is it that my 1st overnight stop is similar to my brother's name Eli?! Except for Ely is pronounced as Eee-lee. I think mom must have planned that one. We finally arrived to this quaint town after 8 hours of driving. We checked into the Hotel Nevada. When it opened in 1929, it was the tallest building in the state. This place is bursting at the seams with character ...
... It also has some called shields which are very rare. Walking through it was a wonderland. One of the larger rooms was used as a speakeasy in the 1920s. How about American ingenuity! The high is Wheeler Peak, a little over 13,000 ft.. Another scary, winding road takes you from 7,000 to 11,000 ft. with great basin and mt. views. At the end you take a long hike farther up to a stand of bristlecone pines, the ...