Travel Blogs from Winnemucca
Greg's Version: Just a good 430 mile drive today. The construction zones were sometime a bit long. There was a long construction zone east of Salt Lake City with a speed limit of 45 mph. Another zone in Nevada took us on a one lane detour around a tunnel. The traffic was light and driving 70 when ...
... t have anything to blog about. Oops. The best part was that it was in a city called "Jackpot" We had dinner at a Mexican restaurant that was really good. The city is pretty sketchy looking so we didn't do much walking around but tomorrow we are getting an early start so we can get a good hike in at Lake ...
I guess I was focusing on the "entering Nevada"sign more than the speed limit sign that went from 75 to 35. And hey, we WERE all kind of bored. That was our longest drive, planned that way because there really was nothing to see. On a positive note, I won 2 dollars on a scratch ticket I got in Idaho where we stopped to buy a paper map because Siri and GPS lady wouldn't stop arguing. Hope we find something fun to do tomorrow because it is getting silly ...
... anything going on this lovely Friday evening: ""Nope." That about sums it up, I guess.
We spent the past couple of days in Salt Lake City, Utah, with some friends who we met when they Couch-surfed with us in North Carolina. It was really neat to complete the circle of couch-surfing--a first for us. Our hosts were super friendly and fun and gave us a grand introduction to SLC despite it snowing all day. We saw the very ...
... 8220;Abandoned”, or “Feral”. She’s probably right. The other note explained how we found them and asked the “discoverer” to do the right thing. Whatever that is; we don’t really know what that is.
Alan comforted Cara saying what we did was better than what the people in the car who threw them out did. It was little comfort, but it was something.
She said that helping me write this was very ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility