I headed west from Wendover, along Interstate 80 through northern Nevada — with a few detours of course!
The Twelvemile Hot Spring has a fabulous soaking pool of blue warm water. This spring is on private land, but visitors are allowed.
At the Dry Susie Hot Springs, there's a tub but it's been damaged. And the water was too hot to soak.
The Paradise Valley Hot Springs has a nice tub with hot water just the right temperature.
I made a detour past the active mines of Tungsten to a hilltop set of petroglyphs I'd seen on a map. The area had been devastated by wildfires.
Thunder Mountain is a curious place, with a home and art built from junk.
At the town of Imlay, I left the interstate and headed west towards the Black Rock Desert.