Silver Queen Motel
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... was a mecca for walkers and hikers, there was even healthy food, hard to find in US.
It was then on to the Tioga Pass at 9,200ft and a dramatic ride down to Mammoth Lakes for lunch.
From then it was an interesting but hot ride of 120mi to Tonopah and the Jim Butler Inn. Wanda at the front expounded the virtues of Tonapah including the La Marquis restaurant and its rib steak with green peppers and enchilada, which we enjoyed with the best sangria have had for a long ...
... to be open but no alcohol.. get this we drove 26km round trip to get some!!! Ok we are on holiday and we needed alcohol to sleep here. So we took our booze and headed for the diner. Got on really well with the waitress and cook and some other NZers were staying... They didn't know the history of the place!!!! Just booked online!!!!That's weirder than the place!!! No one would stay here unless you were after a weird experience!. We had a ...
... dodge-um bird.
After leaving RT 375 we traveled along Rt 6 finding more of the trail caches. The trail, however, soon took us off the paved roads and on to the dirt roads of Nevada. We soon found that there are miles and miles of dirt roads here. They seem to be access to the local ranches and are open range roads so again we had to be on the lookout for cows along ...
... we were going in the wrong direction so had to turn around in gordon ramsays restaurant entrance, it was huge and really posh. As we pulled out there was a huge watershow going on it was so cool. The traffic was crazy. We eventually got to circus and followed another campervan we assumed was going the same way, which he was. They wouldnt let us camp there as we werent a proper campervan with hook ups etc, we couldnt believe it. It was 9.30pm, we were both knackered and ...
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