Days Inn Delta
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Old motel, and need a lot of updating and TLC. BUT it's clean, good bed, clean towels and lots of hot water.
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Continued our ride across the 'Loneliest road in America'.
Above 6000 ft elevation all day in the high desert.
Stopped for breakfast at the 'Hotel Nevada' in Ely.
My brother Mike & I stayed at this hotel about 7 years ago. All the rooms are fitted out with 1860's furniture.
Ely was founded as a stagecoach station along the Pony Express and Central Overland Route. Ely's mining boom ...
... I went to take a picture of a really cool old tree and I stumbled upon an interesting creature. It was a desert lizard and it crawled out of a hole to see me. I rode through an awesome rock canyon on my way down the back side of the summit which got me a good 15 miles with ease. From there I had to pedal my way to Delta where I was glad to get off my bike for the day. I rode exactly 90 miles ...
... in bed but before, we had the chance again to go out and enjoy watching the immensity of the sky. Because this area is so flat and wide, it seems you are closer to the sky, part of the sky: at daytime, you can almost touch the clouds and at night, the stars seem very close. Ariana said that we seem to be inside a snow globe like the ones she is collecting.
And what on earth are we doing here, lost in ...
... trying to diagnose the problem. It was less than fun.
Steve found an off-ramp and quickly exited, parking on the shoulder of the road in the dirt. Chris was still moaning from the rear if the car. I got out to help keep the dogs contained. When I opened the door, Chris yelled to get out of the way and leaped out of the car. A total crazy person was on the loose! H e was in such an inconsolable state that he just kept going then tripped ...
We left Willits in the rain, back on Hwy 20 over the Mendocino National Forest, then downhill to Interstate 5 and Sacramento in the heat. In the capital city we finally pick-up Hwy 50.
Up the hill into the Sierras and Lake Tahoe, lots of people, and traffic, but still beautiful country. A couple more miles and we are in Fallon, NV for the night.
Early the next morning we left Fallon for one of our favorite rides, Fallon to Delta ...