Wendover has lots of problems. I've taken the liberty of forwarding a
newspaper article on the latest proposal to the list to explain. It's a
case of haves and have nots divided by an imaginary line. The difference is
gambling revenues and Utah won't allow gambling on the Utah side so...
on 10/18/01 5:04 AM, Jon Wennerberg at email@example.com wrote:
> I don't think so, at least from our little bit of experience. Nancy and I
> stayed at the KoA in a rented RV during Speedweek '01 and for six nights at
> the State Line Inn, Utah side, during Wos '01. We had no problems.
Anyway, he assured us that the doors were
> closed, the camera and CB and other stuff sorta hidden, and all was cool.
> We got back after supper and found he was right.
> One racer family's experience during this most recent season.
> Jon #436 1350 M/PS/G
> Marquette, Michigan
> (that's way up north)
> PS Would these stories happen at a Winston/NHRA/IndyCar/World Superbike/damn
> near any motorsport venue? See why I've turned into one of those LSR folks?
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Re: Bonneville motel
> Ok, I haven't made it to the salkt yet, so, is Wendover one of those towns
> that you should sleep with one eye open?
> Mike in L.A.
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