Park Vue Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Spent the day driving through Nevada. Just mostly open prairie, with mountain range on both sides. Long stretch of nothingness, with an occasional farm and little town popping up here and there. Sign said 125 miles to the next gas station, glad we filled up earlier. Just passed a ...
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. ...
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 ...
August 30th – A long 300+ drive for us today across Nevada. Leaving California we headed out east on Hwy. 120 which is dubbed Roller Coaster Road (and it really was) before meeting up with Hwy. 6 which Dexter thinks folks drive when the Loneliest Hwy (50) is too crowded! I think we saw less than a dozen cars on the road with us the entire drive. The landscape along the way was most interesting with long vistas and remains ...
... Pony Express Trail route. What a treat. The temperatures were perfect and we would have a daily thunder and lightening storm. We stayed on the private land of Schellbourne Ranch. It is now owned by a millionaire from Florida. It has some old stone buildings and grave sites that have been protected from the 1800's. The water is plentiful and they raise cows here also. It has a really neat log cabin (home) and alot of really old ...