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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Woke up bright and early and checked out today at 6:00 - Ate at a continental breakfast that was complimentary - Got to visit Humboldt National Park which cost about $15 to get in - Took an ATV off road tour of the mountains - Got to pet a bunny - Found a cute little mom and pop hotel which was only 25 bucks a night - The missus promised my waffles in the ...
... mishmash of neighborhoods and retail areas that are there to cater to the tourist: casinos, tattoo shops, tshirt stores, restaurants, etc. There doesn't seem to have been much in the way of urban planning.
It is a vacation spot both in the winter and summer. There are a number of ski resorts including Squaw Valley, which was a venue for the 1960 Olympics. If this had been a national park, it wouldn’t have been ...
It seems that we haven't been able to outrun winter, as we woke up this morning to about an inch of snow and more blowing in. After checking the temperatures along our planned route for the day we concluded that the snow wouldn't last and headed out. We were wrong! It was snowy and very windy for most of the day as we climbed hill after hill.
We passed through the Bonneville Salt Flats which were ...
... so great, the night was cold, and the morning wasn't to much better. We got up slowly shaking the frost off our tent and observing the ice in our bottles. Finally at 10 we broke camp and got a move on, it was to be a 14 mile day, for the mere fact that there was no more water for the next 14 miles. We were about to push up to the crest of the mountains and walk along the ridge, and views slowly got better as we went. We started to see the mountains around us, pointed ...
... a wonderful unique place with so much to see and do that we will have to plan another visit to learn more about this amazing piece of American West history.
This stopover would not be complete without sharing some good news we received today. My daughter, Adrienne called this afternoon to let us know that our grandson, Mikey was accepted into the U.S.Marine Corps. He should be called to duty for boot camp just after the first of the year. Well, I ...