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Today we are traveling east on Interstate 80 a relatively short 177 miles to Winnemucca, NV. Tomorrow will be a longer day heading north on US highway 95 to Boise, ID- a distance of 260 miles.
Today proved to be a good shake down cruise for our new truck towing our 5th wheel trailer (coach to some). Up until today it had towed the trailer no more than 20 miles and that was to have some maintenance done on the 5ver. The weather was pretty warm, in the 90's. The road is not flat so ...
... see Rick and Deb
again so it was sad to wave them goodbye.
We stayed at New Frontier RV Park, 2
hours from Reno. It has a small casino attached and a work camp for
men, not sure what they are doing but I guess since it's Nevada it
would be mining. The rec area was the best so far. Good seating, 3
TVs set up in different places and a bookcase where found 4 books
to swap out with ones ...
... warm bright areas with no snow, foggy patches with some snow and areas completely covered in snow with massive ***** frost. The frost was really impressive, it made the trees and landscape look beautiful. From Twin Falls Idaho we took the 93 south into Nevada to Wells then we got on the interstate 80 West to Winnemucca Nevada where we stayed for the night. We arrived about 6pm and did about 1200kms today. We then went to the Mc Donald's to find a place to stay ...
An ardent search on the internet yielded very little. Several calls met with “no longer in service” or in one case, the voice of a poor soul whose home phone was the same number as the Humane Society… years ago. So Cara fed them, gave them water and closed them up for the night in the moty-ho in their box.
In the morning the wee ones were cuddled and purring, their water dish near empty. Line-caught Albacore tuna ...
... expect when embarking on this journey, but as each day goes by, and more and more time and energy is spent thinking about my relationship with my sister and what it means, I realize the key - family. Learn to be good siblings again, love and respect who we’ve become as people, don’t let our history of what we were like growing up cloud our current perceptions and interactions with each other, and ...