Scottish Inn Winne
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... pizza (which was weird but delicious!) and a meatball pizza called the "Butch Cassidy" which was meatball and cheese. Both were good. Matthew had spaghetti, which was entertaining to watch him attempt to eat.
Next was four more hours of driving through even more nothingness. I survived it with an Arnold Palmer and a candy bar. Eventually we arrived at our Marriott in Twin Falls Idaho. We all immediately collapsed and went to bed. Well I did. Don't ask me what everyone else did.
... small town of 2300 souls Lovelock subsists on agriculture, mining and increasingly on tourism. The proximity of a maximum security prison doesn't hurt the economy either.
Ahhh, a little farther east from Lovelock lies the almost extinct railroad town of Imlay (pop. 170). Imlay has a post office, a general store and a trading post....... it also has a strange collection of buildings and artistic creations known as Thunder Mountain. A feller by the name of Frank Van Zant who ...
... hasn't helped Ben mend so we spent the
afternoon at home. The kids learnt to play marbles which is a dice
and marble form of Ludo. The competitive streak came out and there
was yelling (happy yelling) by halfway through.
I took a short walk down to a thrift
shop where I found 4 books for $1.35. We are finding enough time to
relax and read that we are going through heaps of books. I'll have ...
... of this but still a great time! Snow covered mountain tops, a cool breeze and plenty of plant life to check out - that is what our hiking left us with today. We stopped off at a rest stop off of 376 North, right after Kingston Canyon. Played catch with Erwin and then Erwin and I picked up a bag of trash from the rest area. There was a small gas station, out in the middle of NOWHERE.....gas was $3.80 a gallon, - in town it was $4.20 a ...
... sage brush and sometimes none at all. I only took a few photos, from the inside of the car. I found it difficult to be inspired.
When we crossed into Nevada, the first thing I saw was a gas station with a casino. Where we know “Stop and Shop” and “Gas and Go”, they apparently know “Stop and Slots”. (My term, not theirs.) Nevada is a different kind of place.
After 8 ½ hours ...