Before our checkout at the Thousand Trails in Oregon House CA, we asked if we could restock our wood hoard with some of theirs from their stockpile. The VW woodtruck did well hauling short rounds!
Once all the wood was split and stowed we rolled up and set out for dryer weather. It didn't take long and we were through the mountains and drying out nicely.
We had previously made reservations for a stay in Smith Valley NV at the Walker River RV Resort. Once we arrived, both Jessica and I were impressed with this park. So far, one of the nicest rv parks I've exer been to. The kicker was that we had it all to ourselves!
While parked in a gated campground for a few days, we are afforded the ability to take the car and branch out to other nearby attractions without worry. Virginia City NV is a must as well as the Genoa Bar.
Once we felt like we'd blown enough tourist money it was time to hit the road again. 200 miles later we land in Tonopah NV, an historic silver mining town with an elevation of over 6000 feet. This is our window view this morning from our free urban boondocking site, aka a casino parking lot.