From the bloggers at On the Road of Retirement.
Our overnight stay at the Bonanza Inn and Casino in Fallon, Nev., was uneventful. We did do a short walk around the town mostly made up of tired and worn buildings typical of many of these small towns in the Great Basin where harsh weather eventually takes it toll on everything. One of the casinos in town gave us some free play and we enjoyed using their money to gamble while also enjoying the complimentary beers. We do love Nevada because of the comped beverages while gambling.
The next morning we hit the road once again staying just behind the storms kicking up winds to our south. Our goal was to seek warm weather and no wind. To do so meant we would only travel about 75 miles and we stopped in the town of Hawthorne, Nev., where we pulled into the El Capitan Hotel and Casino RV park.
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