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Travel Blogs from Winnemucca
... 8220;Abandoned”, or “Feral”. She’s probably right. The other note explained how we found them and asked the “discoverer” to do the right thing. Whatever that is; we don’t really know what that is.
Alan comforted Cara saying what we did was better than what the people in the car who threw them out did. It was little comfort, but it was something.
She said that helping me write this was very ...
Friday, September 16, 2011
Departure: 5:55 am (YIKES!)
Breakfast: Denny’s in Fairfield, CA
Lunch: Sparks, NV (in the parking lot of some random shopping center)
Dinner: in the RV at Winnemucca, NV
Arrival: 6:00 pm, Winnemucca RV Park
Distance: 420 miles
On the road before the sun comes up! Let’s not do that again.
We wanted to make it to Winnemucca so that we could get into Salt Lake City on ...
... truck. I though my phone was locked in the truck, so I didn't think I could call her, not knowing her number by heart and I was wondering how long I would have to wait for her to return, when suddenly my bag started ringing. That's when I found out that Addie never found the truck and had been wandering aimlessly. It turned out she was less than two blocks from where we parked and we met up and headed back out on the road again.
Driving through Nevada ...
Our first night was spent in Nevada after a looooooong drive over the California mountains ~ after a mellow start to the winter, the weather decided to make up for lost time this weekend & dump all over us. We needed chains in the first few hours over the pass @ ...
As I zoomed along the long straight blacktop, white salt flats on either side and lavender and mauve mountains shimmering in the distance, I realized that my journey was quickly coming to an end. By the end of the day I would be spendng the night in Winnemucca, the same place where I had spent the first night of my journey.