Tahoma Meadows B&B Cottages
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... we're off to our next destination, Carson City where we'll spend a full week and investigate the area as well as check out records for Lynn's 2Grandfather's time here. As I mentioned before, he came from Wales to Massachusetts and found his way here where he worked as a silver miner at the Comstock Mine in Virginia City, Nevada.
We made it easily to Carson and got set up in a great site at the end ...
... and an open pit gypsum mine. An hour and a half later, Virginia City came into view. Gold and silver discoveries put this town on the map and at its peak in the 1860's, there were 25,000 people living there. We ate lunch at a local barbecue place and enjoyed a leisurely walk down the main street while checking out the stores in this old western town. Around 12:30 pm a quaint Memorial parade worked it's way down ...
... at this gas station AP says that he wants me to look at something. He had just been squeezing his arm again and something was showing out. Some 'solidified puss' he reckoned. So he showed me. Hmm definitely looks more like a little tail... When he squeezed it the white tail like thing would poke out his arm, but as he let go it retracted back into his arm again. He needed help. So while he squeezed it I tried to grab the white thing with a tissue and gave it a little ...
... towns on the road, but none had any cafes or diners, none the less a restaurant open between 7 and 8am. Finally we arrived in Eureka, NV. And EUREKA!!! There was a diner open. Finally about 9:30am we had breakfast.
During our drive we passed over many mountain ranges from 6,000 to 8,000 ft. and down through many valleys, but never got below 4,000 ft. (we're still higher then good’ol Diablo).
At about 3:30pm we were rolling into ...
Everything is hard above 6500 ft.! Eating is hard, couldn't stomach oatmeal today. Sleeping is hard, I had a wonderful studio condo at Kirkwood (7800 ft.) last night and I still couldn't get a decent nights sleep. Most of all peddling a bike up multiple mountain passes is ***********'t mean to be a complainer, after all my wonderful wife and children let their "Pops" check out for 3-4 weeks to pedal his bike around ...