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Going south from Twin Falls, Idaho on US 93 the tourist happens upon Jackpot, Nev., which is no more than a casino and gas station. From there on scenery is fairly uniform. Sagebrush and limited grass in the valleys, 9,000- to 10,000-foot mountains on either side miles apart with pines on the upper reaches, and no ranches or houses around. In the eastern part of Nevada is the city of Ely. Cities are rare in eastern Nevada and can be identified from miles away. They are a series of casinos, gas stations, hotels and decaying businesses. Ely was the first time I ...

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