Super 8 Fallon
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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This is a day late and writing this after a 700 mile day so a little too tired to elaborate (will get today's story out tomorrow, its a good one). At that part of the trip where we have to make time on the road to get home. We left ...
It's like magic. I spoke last entry of finally taking that left turn eastward and how I hoped the wind would be at my back. I had 25 miles to go and 3 hours of sunlight left. I usually make it if I put my head down and ride as hard as I can. Up hills or down hills, I just work. It's exhausting, but I usually make it.
Last night, I made that turn. I did those 25 miles in about an 1:15. The thing is, it was almost effortless. For more than half ...
... Road in America". I went hundreds of miles not seeing a single car, gas station and rest stop! It was a weird but freeing feeling….I kept saying prayers for my car because that’s the last place you’d want to break down. Later I found online that the AAA spokesperson said, "We warn all motorists not to drive there unless they're confident of their survival skills." HAAA! I blast the tunes, take in the gorgeous ...
... however, and they were just beginning a talk, so we decided to stick around. Two women representing different firefighting departments informed us about causes of fires, strategies for fighting fire, and how to not be an idiot when using fire. As they took us through their PowerPoint presentation, bats swooped over our heads eating the bugs drawn to the amphitheater by the light. We returned to our tent loaded with knowledge about forest and brush fires, which ...
... had a great view of the mountains to the west and the snow in the vicinity of Donner Pass bringing back memories of our trip through here last spring. Heading home along the Truckee River, the lighting was wonderful. With the river, the railroad and the highway side by side through the valley, it is easy to understand why this valley has served as an important transportation route since the years of exploration.