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... they travelled to California." In 1869 the transcontinental railroad was built along the Humbolt Rive. Today The California Trail, railroad and Hwy 80 all follow the same route across Nevada to California. The center is built near the South Fork of the Humbolt River. It tells the story of the pioneers moving west from Independence, Missouri as well as some history of the indigenous Shoshone Indians. There was a wonderful display of how the Indians lived in ...
... a little further down the street to the Elko Area Chamber of Commerce Sherman Station Visitor's Center. It's a ranch house with five outbuildings that were relocated from Huntington Valley - 60 miles south of Elko. There's an 1880 stable, blacksmith shop, creamery and a one room schoolhouse. There's so much history and things to see in this town but we would need to stay ...
We picked the Honey Badger up at the Shell station in Carson where we thought they fixed the cruise control...nope! But we fueled up, loaded, groceries and the cats and we are on the way to Elko. Lots of a lot of nothing on the drive. Elko wasn't so bad, in fact good! Our RV site at the Iron Horse park allowed us to judge all the rigs when ...
... over, and yes, they were waiting for the bus too. We started chatting, and found it funny that we were at the Church of Scientology. Soon after, a huge green bus rolled up, and as we went round the corner to follow it, we found loads of other people waiting to get on too. Our drivers jumped out and introduced themselves as Jimmy and Lukas, and then the loading process began. Once everyone had checked in and our bags were loaded, we got settled in ...
Linda Burton traveling from Carson City, Nevada to Elko, Nevada on the way to Salt Lake City, Utah – If I were a geologist, I think I'd choose to live in Nevada. Nevada claims to be the "most mountainous" state of the lower 48, yes, ahead of California, Montana, Washington, Colorado. The numbers vary a bit depending on the source, but Nevada has (approximately) 314 named mountain ranges and 172 summits over 2,000 feet. With that many ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center