June 28…on road by 6 am and covered 517 miles

We are on a roll through Wyoming, Utah, & Nevada…passing through the beautiful valley before you hit Salt Lake City.  We got a brief look at the area Lindsay’s parents are building a home out side of Heber City in a town called Charleston. After we left Salt Lake City  we saw miles and miles and miles of salt flats.  Evening found us in Elko, Nevada home to Cowboy Poetry.  We stayed for the 2nd time in a very nice RV Park called Iron Horse.  At the office they directed us to a Basque restaurant called The Star.  What an experience…first we were ushered to a “family style” table where the current occupants immediately bought us their favorite drink “pecan punch”.  We continued to share our meal with Donna and Jim for the next two hours and never stopped talking…after dinner we moved to the bar and continued our discussion.  By the time we parted we were invited to stay at their home on our next trip through Elko…they have RV hookups on their property. They told us it was a good thing we came to the Star tonight because we would have never gotten in over the weekend.  Donna is a realtor in town and Jim works for the FAA.

Here is a list of the sides that are served prior to your main entree:  Cabbage soup, salad, bread, spaghetti, french fries, garbonzo and black beans, & green beans…all you can eat.  But their steaks are what they are famous for.

Salt Flats – miles of salt!
Our Star table buddies and new friends! We love meeting people on the Road of Life!
Carole’s new RV???

We saw this little cutie on our way out this morning.  It might be something that my friend Carole would be interested in.