Most of the group stayed in this place the Exchange Club which has pretty good service and the rooms are clean and comfy.
Saturday morning the bulk of the Goldwingers went on a group ride into Death Valley.
I spent time looking for a paper map of Nevada but to no avail the Chamber of Commerce was closed all day... paper maps are getting harder and harder to find.
After looking around for a map I decided to take the short ride down to Rhyolite and look at the open Air Museum.
Rhyolite came to be in 1904 when Prospectors Shorty Harris and E.L. Cross found gold in an area in Bullfrog Hills, which is about 120 miles north west of Las Vegas. Like a lot of boomtowns Rhyolite grew fast but was short-lived due to the bust of 1907 and was down to a few hundred residents by 1910