NevadaGram #4 – Tonopah bouncing back, Las Vegas is still slow

Silver Queen, Tonopah

Among the e-mails we’ve received recently was this one from Saskatchewan. Thanks, Carolyn. Is Battle Mountain Truly the Armpit of America? Here’s the article with the bad news from the Sacramento News & Review. THE TOP 20 BUFFETS IN LAS VEGAS  The enthusiasts at Viva Las Vegas will send you their free bargains-oriented newsletter for … Read moreNevadaGram #4 – Tonopah bouncing back, Las Vegas is still slow

NevadaGram #3 – Pahrump, Beatty, Battle Mountain Bikes Fallon Dining, Burning Man

Beatty Club and Alpheus Bruton III

Among the e-mails we received in October was this one from Ray Ellinwood of Findlay, Ohio. Thanks, Ray. Pahrump’s pioneer era is over. Pahrump is having another growth spurt. Much of this rambunctious little city is still the modest pioneer amalgam of mobile home, cinder block and crackerbox, but new urban features are conspicuous. World … Read moreNevadaGram #3 – Pahrump, Beatty, Battle Mountain Bikes Fallon Dining, Burning Man

NevadaGram #2 Cantaloupe Festival in Fallon and Lattin Farms

Canteloupe Festival Fallon

After we sent our inaugural newsletter last month we received many encouraging messages from Nevada-lovers, including this one:   Hi my name is Mark St.Germain, I am in the Navy and was stationed in Fallon for 5 years. Yes Nevada has a Navy base. Being stationed there I have hit a lot of ghost towns … Read moreNevadaGram #2 Cantaloupe Festival in Fallon and Lattin Farms

NevadaGram #1 Our Maiden Voyage into the Desert.

Stonehouse ,Paradise Valley

Recently Robin and I made a four day (too brief) cruise through the sagebrush sea. Here are some highlights — We sped past Lovelock, made Winnemucca and the Model T on Sunday evening and finished our business there by noon on Monday. Paradise Valley street scene With some time to spare before we were due … Read moreNevadaGram #1 Our Maiden Voyage into the Desert.

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