The best sign (included in the pictures) stated that the restroom was free for your use and you could get cleaning supplies inside if you felt the need to complain. They refused and I was told it was illegal to use it.
Anyways, the bathroom pictures just don't do the place justice. I had to have an associate with a car drive me back and we filled it surreptitiously while gassing up his car.
Had a friend with the exact car as I did , he came from California, he got 33 miles but admited drafting behind the big trucks... We're beginning to sound like a bunch of mountain gorillas It's spelled 'grammar' rather than 'grammer'. Don't take spelling up the butt on the internet, after all ITS THE INTERNET!! I got a ride back to my out-of-gas car by some guy in a Lincoln town car.
I rebuilt the engine by lifting the motor out by hand and rebuilding it on the picnic table. To the writer of this page: Thanks for posting this; I cruised in from Google, trying to find out if it would be safe to put the gas back in my tank after it being in the gallon jug; it'd be a shame for it to go to waste. I bought an empty milk jug at a grocery store because the gas station had no gas cans for sale. The exhaust smelled funny, but it got me to the next gas station. I have seen some nasty gas station restrooms but this one topped them all. If they absolutely won't sell you gas you can use those ignition/carb cleaners too.Anyways, this was quite the experience and will be one I never forget. Gas cans are made of High Density Polyethlyene or HDPE for short, which is the same material milk jugs are made from. I used one of those to get to a gas station when I'd run out a few blocks away. They only had 5 gal gas cans, and they were more expensive then those little bottles of cleaner/fuel mix, so I bought one of them and poured it in, and it got me to the station.So, I inserted a credit card and hoped the attendant inside wouldn't notice the person who just walked up off the street and started filling a milk jug with gasoline.We then walked back to the car and decided that the mouth of the milk jug wouldn't fit into the gas fill tube. bottles of water and cut the bottom out with a pocket knife, creating a funnel for the gasoline.I probably risked burning the valves some, but I figured it was the same stuff as "dry-gas" gas line anti-freeze (the alcohol would mix with water that condensed in old style vented gas tanks back then, to help it burn through the engine without causing stalling.) I no longer carry any kind of gas cans in the car.