Park Vue Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
There's not a lot to be said for Nevada. We can put it in two words. Desert and casinos. We drove for 7 hours to get to Ely. It was a midway point for us on our way to Yosemite.
The next morning we needed to get some work done so we needed wifi. After speaking with the hotel clerk she directed us to the Hotel Nevada. turns out the Hotel Nevada is a historic casino with a cafe. After spending multiple hours working we wanted to ...
Great trip down Route 93 to Ely. Passed the "Loneliest Road in America", Route 50, but this has got to be a competitor. Except for spectacular geography, not much along this route, unless you have an ATV that can take you up the dirt roads into the foothills where there seems to be a lot of mines, most of them abandoned.
Ely is another 'left over" town, from the boon days of mining. All these towns have a dog-eared look to ...
- 5:20 p.m. Finally arrived at the final destination for the night. 3 stops in one day is a lot. I got a sunburn while at the salt flats. Because of the burn I am more tired then usual.
- I am very excited to go to Las Vegas tomorrow, final fun stop. But I'm starting to miss home. Maybe staying at a hotel in a real bed will feel more like home.
... rock area was our goal. Although we had a most interesting ride on the back roads of the county, we gave up after the roads got to rocky and overgrown. Somehow or another, we found ourselves driving a Pony Express trail from 1860-1861 for a while. I'm not sure anyone has gone down that road since then! The vista of afternoon rains across the valley and mountains was beautiful. It rained most of the night. Tomorrow we'll continue our trek ...