East of Carson City, U.S. 50, the Lincoln Highway, becomes a two lane road.

We spot our first Lincoln Highway sign in Nevada in the town of Fallon. A small cluster of sand dunes east of Fallon. This view is typical for what we will see crossing Nevada: - Flat valleys alternating with mountain ranges.
Fittingly, today Bill wore an old U.S. 50 T-shirt that he bought several years ago. The ''Shoe Tree''. There was a bigger tree used for this purpose right next to it, until - someone cut it down. People just moved their shoe-tossing to this tree adjacent to it.
Due to mountains, there are few ways to cross Nevada.  The Pony Express through - most of Nevada ran very close to the route later selected for the Lincoln Highway. - This sign was at the ruins of what was once a Pony Express station.

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