Monthly Archives: October 2014
Mary and I hit the low point of the trip. No, it was not an emotional low, but an altitude low (snicker, snicker). We went to Bodega Bay, CA to get to the Pacific Ocean. We left clear blue sky … Continue reading
The last stop in Nevada on the loneliest highway was Fernley. Fernley is a more recent, modern town. We did see the train depot and some large “art.”
About 15 miles west of Austin, Nevada we stopped to see our first Pony Express Station, Mt Airy. We had to walk about a half mile into the cattle range to find a few ruins. The next stop was Cold … Continue reading
Austin, Nevada is another old mining town on US 50, The Loneliest Highway in America. We stayed in a hotel and received a 10% discount because Mary paid cash. The hotel owner gives the discount because Austin does not have … Continue reading
A little distance east of Austin, Nevada, we stopped at the Hutchison Petroglyphs. These are pictures scratched into the rocks by Indians. Unfortunately the brochures were all gone, so I cannot provide additional information. Climbing up on a small out-crop … Continue reading
Photos from the 2014 IH Sierra Fall Rallye.
We were reminded of Cincinnati several times in Eureka, NV. Two safes were made by a Cincinnati company were in the Eureka County Courthouse District Court Room. And the Presbyterian Church bell.
This is a big “Thank you!” to Scoutco, LLC for designing the SydneyAcrossAmerica.com logo and providing decals for Sydney’s windows and Cali. Jennifer and Mike Moore designed the logo for us. And then provided window decals for Sydney and Cali. … Continue reading
So another wonderful truck show, I mean family reunion is over. Sydney represented the Midwest Scouts very well. The first trophy is Second Place in the Traveler / Terra Class. Rusty won First with her Traveler. The little plaque is … Continue reading