Olympic Village Inn
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... area, which is a great spot to practice, being here in mid-desert. We saw several fighter-bombers come in to land. I also have a few shots of these planes.
Fallon is a town of about 5,000 folks. We're parked in a Casino RV Parking Lot, which suits us just fine. We had a good lunch in the cafe and "invested" a few not-very-hard-earned dollars at the machines. No luck, no foul...
... car for about 2 hours, I decided to stop at a casino and , with only 15 dollars in my pocket, I decided to put it all in one machine, I pulled the lever, and my heart beat increased significantly. My palms became sweaty, and next thing I know I hit the jackpot! I won $250,000! Of course after Nevada tax and all, my grand total was $193,750. What a great win!After leaving the Casino with a great win, I decided to go to ...
... the top of Mt. Judah 2 miles away. Thank goodness for a cell connection. So we corralled "Favi" as we were told by the sitter was his real name. Favi is a beautiful rusty tan Chow and we all headed up trail to drop him off with the sitters! The rest of the day got tiring and we made camp at 1146 and collapsed into our sleeping ...
... There was an old stamp mill that removed precious metals from the rock and a Basque Sheepherder's Oven that made bread for the same. Then we headed out to Grover Hot Springs where the temperature of the water was anywhere from 101 - 105 degrees. There were a few souls soaking in this natural hot tub and I noticed they charged $7.00 per adult to partake. All in all, we had a very fulfilling and memorable ...
... book, Roughing It, apparently still sore about it.
We drive into town and its hard not to notice that it is built on a steep hillside. The main street is located on a gentle incline but homes on the west are built on ground quite a bit higher. The terrain on the other side looks like as if it were suited more for mountain goats than humans. St. Mary's of the Mountain Catholic Church is not more than a couple of hundred feet downhill from main street but ones toes jam into the ...