Stockmen's Hotel and Casino
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Two lattes, one large bottle of Diet Mtn. Dew (twice the caffeine of Diet Coke), and two bottles of water.
Who'd have thought that a crossroads town in Nevada would roll up the sidewalks at 10 pm?!
Woke up to this view out my window, on the east side of Elko.
We left the Sparks campground heading for an overnight stay at Elko since that was about 4 hours away. We followed the Truckee River until Fernley where it turned north to meet up with Pyramid Lake. We picked up the Humboldt River after that and it was all over the place and we won't lose it until AFTER we leave Elko.
On our way northeast we noticed a lot of industrial ...
... 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 ...
... stretches. A phone call that we had been waiting for all day finally came while I was driving, so I had to stop. The call was from the doctor of my brother, Tom, who had a stroke two weeks ago in Florida, to obtain permission for brain surgery. I am the next of kin, and had already discusssed this with Tom and my nephew. Bill, who is with Tom until we arrive, so approved.
After John resumed the ...
... National Park and gets about three million visitors over the 90 days of Summer they have here. Lots of places actually close on a specific day, even if the weather is nice! While Scott and I walked around town looking at stuff, Olivia and Ruby were out getting wet on a white water rafting trip down the Snake River. They had a blast and came back very tired. All worth it. At the end of the day we set up camp for a two night stint ...