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... storms and high winds.Here are a couple of pictures taken Tuesday, as the vegetation was the same in many areas. The only reason we stayed in Twin Falls was that they had a KOA Kampground and we wanted to tent in the van. You are guaranteed clean showers in heated buildings as well as internet (usually). The Twin Falls Kampground didn't disappoint. We were the only tenters (it gets down to ...
... s best ghost towns. It provides an excellent snapshot of gold rush history. We got out of our dusty and scratched up car onto the dusty streets of Bodie. Gold was discovered here in 1859. The town had a population approaching 10,000 in the 1870's. It was California's 3rd largest city. Death was commonplace in Bodie, either due to gunfights or severe winter weather. The ghost town is very well preserved. It is kept in a state of "arrested decay". We walked around and looked ...
... landscapes, from lush vegetation and stunning gorges to dry and arid land. From rolling hills with stunning views to wide open spaces. It was a good drive but long. We covered 528 miles and took about 11 hours to get here (including rest stops). Let's track how many miles we would travel. Started off this morning with an odometer reading of 7385 miles. It looks like it's going to rain today. It's forecast to be sunny tomorrow and I hope it would be so. Going to turn-in ...
Day 8 started with rain, rain, and more rain, but we didn't let that stop us. Our first destination was to the Experimental Breeder Reactor-1 Museum (EBR-1). It was located in the middle of nowhere, and we weren’t sure we had the right address since we originally thought it was only going to be a 3 hour drive which turned out to be 4. The museum was very cool though, and free, which is always a plus. I guess this was the world’s first nuclear reactor. ...
... still out on that one.
The road has only been open a couple of weeks and there was still plenty of snow around. 10000 feet less change
says our guide. Climbing and then down and then climbing and then down -
We had stopped at Mono lake, the site of many movies, including
the famous Jonathan Livingstone Seagull no less (do we care?) but
interesting as the ...
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