Oak Tree Inn - Elko
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... in the sunshine before once again boarding the bus.
We made two more gas station stops on the way to our hotel, where I bought a book to pass the long hours over the next 5 days and we also found a supermarket to grab something for breakfast in the morning (because we're clever like that). The tour leader tried to help pass the time by playing the movie 'Mr Bean's Holiday' - but I'd prefer to poke my eye out and cook it ...
... began to whip and the sun began to disappear behind the mountains. Most of the group neared the top of the mountain, a quarter mile from camp. I looked back and saw exactly what I didn't want to see, jimmy joe had just reached the base of the mountain and was at least 40 minutes behind us. We had screwed up in our rush to the top, we had left the least experienced hiker far behind. Double down and I waited at the junction to our camp site and began to wait. We sat ...
... all segments of society since the 1800’s.
There is also the Bonanza Saloon & Casino, the Silver Dollar Hotel, and the Julia Bulette Red Light Museum (did not get a chance to see the inside of these places).
Samuel Clemens was hired by owner of the ‘Territorial Enterprise’ newspaper between 1862 and 1868. After developing his writing and humor style he began using the pen name Mark Twain; and the rest is his ...
... We saw tons of people out getting exercise. We saw bikers, hikers, runners everywhere. We also saw the Olympic Village and ski jump from the 2002 Olympics. We hit the road again, and before long we were in Wyoming. The landscape was much drier again. We saw ...