Park Vue Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had planned to boondock camping on Bureau of Land Management vast acreage around here, but discovered that it's hunting season, and apparently Nevada is BIG into this so there's swarms or hunters up in the hills where we had planned to go. Obviously didn't think it was conducive to our health to have a bunch of hunters with high-powered rifles and maybe a little booze around the evening campfire next to us, so we'll do this next ...
- 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.
With The Loneliest Highway in America now behind me, I took a much needed day off in Ely, Nevada. It is what they call out here, a 'Big Town'. There are 2 main streets, a few small casinos and a bunch of run down motels that wouldn't cut it elsewhere. I stayed in one of them and I honestly feel that my already weather worn tent is much cleaner. I felt the need to sleep on top of the comforter with all the lights on and the tv going to ...
I got up early to finish the homework I had to have ready for my meeting with my counselor. I got on the road by 9:15 and headed towards Eureka, Nevada. I took a short break in Eureka and got some food and then got ready for what turned out to be a pretty grueling day. I was taking a break on the third big hill climb called Little Antelope Summit when an old local guy stopped and inquired about what ...
... road we were on the look out for deer. Soon a line up of deer could be seen crossing the road. As we neared we slowed to a crawl. The last deer was uncertain whether to cross or wait. It jumped out in front of us and fell down. Poor deer was so frightened it could hardly make it out of the road. Patrick decided to drive and honk to dissuade any other animals from entering the road while we crossed ...