The Border Inn
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Great Basin National Park, Baker, Nevada shattered all impressions of Nevada being a dry and barren wasteland! The park is dedicated to preserving and maintaining the landscape, wildlife and the underground world of the Lehman Caves. The park is named for its vast region of sagebrush-covered valleys and narrow mountain ranges, as well as its …
... one of the best rides I’ve ever done.
After camping at the campground at 10,000 feet, I hiked up 3000 feet to Wheeler Peak at 13,000 feet. Tremendous views all the way around at the top, though it was very windy and cold on the bare, rocky slope while hiking up in the early morning. I had no problem with the 30% incline of the last mile of the hike; seeing as I just came from the alpine heights of the San Juan ...
... I admired the blue and green and beige pastel scenery. It took me seven hours to drive across Nevada's basins and ridges. We averaged 57 mph and mostly kept up a 71 mph cruising speed. I am a cruise control driver. I look forward to the Google cars that promise to do the steering too. Then I could just enjoy the view. Of course, I am always alert and mountain passes require a higher gear and a slowdown so as nit to ruin my brakes or transmission. I have also been ...
... Forgive me but is Welsh part of Belgium?"
Yes Pascale, Wales is now part of Belgium, or perhaps Belgium is part of Wales.
Dom has heard of our plight from the blog and has emailed us a great route for today. It really lifted us. A fantastic road followed by some easy gravel to give us our confidence back.
I cannot describe how mentally one can be lifted by one's ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The RV Park was acceptable in terms of accommodations. The stated free WiFi however was very poor. We didn't have a cell phone signal so we could have used the free internet.
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