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... the NW side of The great Salt lake. We have seen 3 cars in past two hours.
We do have a destination in mind to sleep tonight and plan our next days adventure.
We make it to Snowville, Utah before sunset. It'll be cooler here tonight.
Will Sleep ...
... nearly passed out afterwards. Although I'm not too sure why because I had drunk plenty throughout the day and I was only in the water for about 20 minutes. Once I had sat down for a while, had a cold shower and drunk loads of water I felt fine so we all went back to the van. On the way about 100 Harley Davidson's drove passed so that cheered me up. We then had to do a grocery shop at Wal-Mart and we ended up having lunch in the car park which was quite nice as it was getting rather ...
... up this morning, eating breakfast while I am making this entry and then it is on the road for another 400 mile day. The next post will be later today, hopefully, sitting under the pines at Ric******* Camp Ground is S. Tahoe, CA
Til' then.........Stay ...
... water that goes nowhere. It receives only a limited amount of precipitation, mainly snow so much of it is desert. Located just north of the Mohave desert, it covers much of Nevada. As we crossed the state on I-80, the mountains were on the horizon to the north while the landscape to the south was flat, sandy or salt flats - a very ...
... which is exactly what we wanted, but Duane, cow boss Len & his wife Mary-Lyn ( an excellent horsewoman ), & 71 ranch manager Federico, plus the whole team here have really been fantastic.
Our last day has been both hillariously funny & achingly sad.
Morning ride for the last time, out over open countryside, seeing coyotes, jack rabbits, red tailed kites, herons, & of course losts of cows.
The sound ...
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930 6th Street, Box 302, Wells | 1 star hotelfrom $57