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Wells, Nevada

Visitors and locals alike in Wells, Nevada enjoy the sights and sounds of real cowboys at the Senior Pro Rodeo, Nevada State Fiddle Contest, and an annual classic car show. A 20 minute drive can take you to Metropolis ghost town site, and closer to the snowy capped peaks surrounding Wells at up to 10,000 feet. For historic architecture lovers, take a drive down Seventh Street, which faces the train tracks. Old buildings line the street that dates back to the days when passenger trains were the common way of transportation. For an updated list of things-to-do in Wells check out the Chamber of Commerce website.

Nearly one and a half centuries ago, Central Pacific railroad laid Wells' first business building blocks: a Wells Fargo office, a log shanty saloon, and the station office boxcar. Before the town was officially established, Hudson Bay trappers, westward wagon trains, mountain men, and people of the Western Shoshone stopped at the Humboldt River near present day Wells to rest and replenish. Today, Western Shoshone still live in a community overlooking the town of Wells, population about 1300 people. Wells remains a corridor to unique American history. Wells is located at the intersection of I-80 and US 93, a highway extending all the way from Alaska to Panama. Wells is a perfect starting point for California-Oregon Trails, Salt Lake City, Yellowstone National Park, and more.

Elko, Nevada

If you like the music, cowboys, poetry and history then Elko Nevada is the place to be each January. In 1985 the world famous Cowboy Poetry Gathering started in Elko. Poetry, music, stories and much more are only part of what this festival has to offer. People are saying that not only is it the most open-hearted festival in America, but you will also have a great time. The Ruby National Forest was established in 1906 and in 1908 it was added to the Humboldt National Forest. Elko Nevada has something for everyone, from hiking in the Ruby National Forest to learning about development of the atomic bomb with the crew of the Enola Gay. For an updated list of things-to-do in Wells check out the Chamber of Commerce website.

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