Red Garter Hotel & Casino
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was only periodically interrupted by a baron hillside. We continued east to “West Wendover” on the NV and UT border, where we stopped at a small RV park behind the “Wendover Nugget Hotel & Casino”. After setting up for the night we went over to the casino for dinner and to play the slot machines; we were both lucky again tonight.
... on for their grizzlys. The next day we left Salt Lake City. We headed past the worlds largest excavation, a rio Tinto copper mine, we didn't get a chance to see it since the visitor centre had to be moved cause of the winter snow making the current site dangerous. Apparently we could have seen some big dump trucks :-) I think we've seen enough of them :-) After the salt lake, we got onto the bonneville ...
... my fretting was without substance as when we arrived at the pay station the next morning, a 'lovely man’ said he wouldn’t take a lovely ‘rig’ like ours out there if he was us and why didn’t we park up and he would get us a ride. How about that – exactly what we did! Boy, it was HOT, but really worth the effort. There is an area known as ‘the pits’ where the cars, ...
... layer of salt on top of muddy lake bed. Most of the flat is hard and dry, but there are still some spots where the mud is still wet and it's easy for your car to break the crust and get stuck in the soft mud.
Another piece of advise from the Internet: to mark your odometer and/or gps so you know where you left from exactly. Because once you drive out onto the flats for a bit it's really hard to figure out where to go. We first slowly drive onto the ...
... administered by the Bureau of Land Management.
· The first automobile speed record on the flats was set by daredevil Teddy Tezlaff in 1914 – 141.73 mph.
· Craig Breedlove went 600.6 mph in the 1960’s.
· Gary Gabolich went 622.4 mph in 1970 in a rocket car named Blue Flame.
· About 15,000 years ago, Lake Bonneville ...