Pahrump Nugget Hotel and Gambling Hall
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... went despite all the warnings of flat tires from signs and the Rangers.
Oh, would you like to know what the Racetrack Playa’s is?
It is Death Valley’s most enduring mysteries. Littered across the flat, dry
surface of this dry lake (Playa) are hundreds of rocks-some weighing as much as
700 pounds-that seem to have been dragged across the ground, leaving trails
behind them that can stretch for hundreds of feet. It ...
... Ale in my hand as I watched Chris build the fire for the burgers for dinner. Mario and Justin decided to join us for the weekend, and by 8:00 PM we were all enjoying burgers by the fire. An early Friday morning coupled with a cold breeze chased us all in to bed at an early hour, despite the beautiful full moon rising in the eastern sky. Saturday morning dawned sunny but very cool. By 10:00 AM, I had made breakfast (scrambled eggs, bacon ...
... in small towns because they have cheap gaming opportunities!)! The Pahrump Nugget deals a game called Royal Pair that has a side-bet option, where I was looking for a K-Q of the same suit. Believe it or not, I got it not once, but twice, and won $50 each time for my $1 bet...oh, that was a good day! And free cocktails to boot! Although it never happened while I was playing ...
... perogies, cabbage rolls and fish cakes, a Jan 6 tradition down south!
The borax mine tour in Boron was very interesting, an excellent tour guide, Miles, running us through the paces of a video, a life-size model of the famous 20-Mule Team, and lots of displays and information on the importance of boron both in yesteryears and today. We could view the still operating ...
... thermostat on the electric fireplace at 70 degrees, and we went to bed.
The little heater in the fireplace kept the trailer very warm and comfy as overnight lows dropped into the upper 30's. Cindy and I were up and moving by 7 AM drinking coffee and watching the ducks wander towards our trailer. If you don't know, Cindy hates ducks, and she narrated their approach with the same affect as a survivor on a life raft describing circling ...