This morning while doing my walk-around, I discovered dents in my radiator from yesterday's hail storm. Holy Cow!!! Good thing I screeched to a stop when I did. That thing is pounded.
Had the morning drivers meeting, and hit the road. Next door in the Big 5 parking lot there was another drivers meeting going on. This bunch of motorcycles are on their way to an American Legion Convention in Reno. Talked to a couple of them, they do a fundraising ride to the National Convention (Where ever it happens to be). Last year they raised one million dollars for veterans. Most of the guys were Viet Nam veterans, although did talk to one Afghanistan vet. Worthwhile cause really supported by the vets.
Pressed on to Middlegate, an old Pony Express and stagecoach stop.
Bob found a new restoration project.
Inside Middlegate, the ceiling was covered with one dollar bills, Bob Beaman says he has one up there somewhere.
Linda liked the little riding horse, we tried to plug it in to no avail.
And guess what, down the road, the shoe tree is still there!!!
Pressed on, lots of this,,,,,,
After all, it is the loneliest road.
Lunch in Austin, think this is redneck country???
More lonely road on route 305, not much to do, took a selfie of Pat driving.
We are in Elko, thriving NV town, driven by gold and minerals. And this is Basque country so found us a Basque restaurant to stuff our selves.
Leaving the restaurant, we were informed that we were on the edge of the redlight district. My censor won't allow any pictures. Internet at this motel is excrutiatingly slow, yawn. Goodnite.