TownePlace Suites Elko
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... crowd of bikes. I’m sure they were totally upset with us, but we couldn’t do anything about it. I’m sure they are all talking about the idiots in the Winnebago who got in the way of the race. In all fairness to us, there were a line of cars behind us following them as well. We were relieved when we finally got ahead of them and could get on our way.
We got on I80 and headed East. The drive across ...
... br> Before we got to Elko we went thru a new tunnel they were just completing, infact, the west bound was still not open. We got to Palisades and the Altitude was 6000 sometimes you couldn't tell we were climbing in altitude but the last push in this area was a hard climb. The poor motorhome hates this arid dry weather but we made it to the campground in Elko. Forgot to take a ...
... all segments of society since the 1800’s.
There is also the Bonanza Saloon & Casino, the Silver Dollar Hotel, and the Julia Bulette Red Light Museum (did not get a chance to see the inside of these places).
Samuel Clemens was hired by owner of the ‘Territorial Enterprise’ newspaper between 1862 and 1868. After developing his writing and humor style he began using the pen name Mark Twain; and the rest is his ...
My second day was a bit of a manic one. That evening I was getting on the Green Tortoise Bus to start my Northern Pioneer 9 day tour, and I had loads to sort out before then. So I had to do some last minute shopping, and bookings as well as sorting out my bag. Then my aunt dropped me off in San Francisco, and I said 'See you in 9 days!', before going and hanging out in the Chinatown library for a couple of hours whilst waiting for bus. I wasn't sure ...
... and colored sand hills. We also saw oil rigs, which the kids thought were cool. We hit the Continental Divide at 8640ft, We hit a rain storm and near freezing temps. The landscape got a little greener with more of high dessert terrain. We saw a ton of elk along ...