Do it! Go on a long bike ride!

This installation is why I've had speedy LTE on my cellphone for the last four days.
Nice room, except it was next to the ice machine!
Monument to dead miners.
Just a little light dusting and a trash can, and good as new!
Here's a restoration project for ya!
Chillin with Jim and Belle.
Jim and Belle Butler, discoverers of the first silver bonanza of the 20th century, resulting in the rise of the town of Tonopah.
I think there's some resentment here, given that the Governor is name-dropped in the notice.
That is a weird posture for a miner.
Old hardware in front ... new hardware on the hill in back!
"Big" Bill Murphy, hero of the tragic Tonopah Belmont Mine fire that killed 17 on February 23, 1911.
This is where I did NOT stay.
Puffy from being hauled up to 6000 feet.
They were as bad as they look.
Deeper tan where my gloves didn't quite reach my sleeves.

Latest journey: Reno To Carlsbad

“It’s not that plotting the whole journey is undesirable.  It’s that it’s impossible.  When you’re at the beginning, don’t obsess about the middle, because the middle is going to look different once you get there.  Just look for a strong beginning and a strong ending, and get moving.”

Chip & Dan heath, The Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard

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