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Located only 35 miles NW of Las Vegas is the beautiful and scenic Mt. Charleston which is apart of the National Forest and the Spring Toiyabe Mountain Ranges. Mt Charleston offers its guests all kinds of great outdoor adventures all throughout the year. In the winter time you can go skiing, and snowboarding as well as snowshoeing and sledding. During ...
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For travelers heading west from Wyoming toward California, Elko makes a good place to stop for the night with reasonable accommodations and an opportunity for a really good meal.
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They do in fact sell ice.
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In the middle of nowhere Tonopah is a place to stop - if for no other reason than it's the only place to stop. Tonopah has gone from boom to bust to boom to bust so many times even the locals have lost track. There is nothing artificial about the town. It is fascinating just to browse through the stores ...
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This ghost town, just outside the boundaries of Death Valley National Park, has all historical atmosphere you could want in a boom-and-bust Western mine. Stop by the caretaker's place, which is inside a house built with discarded glass bottles. Then walk around the ruins, including of a three-story bank. Next door is a quirky modern-art museum of outdoor sculpture started ...
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Dayton is just down the US 50 Road from Carson City and has been in historical rivalry with Genoa (Nevada's First Settlement). In the day, it was a commercial center for precious metals mining activities. Today, it's just another relatively sleepy Nevada town on the way to somewhere else. And one of Gayle's relatives has worked at a Casino there....
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Had a lucky late night and it's a fun small little safe town to be in if you get stuck in the snow or just want to get lucky in winning money
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I mainly just hit up the casino strip and gamble there - but still, I love it!
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We went up to Nevada to see my great grandparents and its gorgeous down there. In the library my great grandpa made a saddle and they put it in a room about Nevada