The Parsonage Bed and Breakfast
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Capital: Carson City
Area: 110,567 square miles
Bird: Mountain bluebird
Motto: All of our Country,
Cities: Grass Valley, Meadow Vista
Parks: Tahoe National forest, Reno Las Vegas, University of Nevada, Toiyabe national Forest, Black Rock Desert.
... in the shade
Wifi – free – Only on the upper level. Lower level can come up and use it at the picnic tables
Cable – No but I was able to use my DirecTV satellite dish.
Passport America – Yes, for ALL days of your stay
Monthly Rates – $350 and free electric which is rare and good as it gets hot/cold here.
The gas station near the entrance has a ...
... South Lake Tahoe for the next few nights for some rock climbing, then heading North to a place called Cascade Locks in the border of Oregon and Washington to jump back on to the trail for a final 2 to 3 weeks stretch.
I'm feeling strong and healthy. I'm having an amazing time and super excited for my next few weeks.
Photos for this post and my last one are now up so have a look!
Great hearing from you all, hope everyone back home is doing well.
... buy new trail shoes and some more gear. By 8pm we finally got back and booked into our hostel. The hostel is run by a couple of hippies our age who have spent the last 6 months renovatig an abandoned hotel. It was a really cool place amd we spent the next couple of days hanging out with the owners (Eli and Wolfie) and a few others. Just as we were about to head up to our beds, Wolfie called out to us "by the way, your sharing a room with a ...
... due to the constant stopping and backtracking to take nice and scenic photographs. Having now become 'confident' travellers we merely glanced at the map the day before and, as we headed off into the mountainous unknown, I answered Emma's question about fuel with a nonchalant; "oh...about half a tank...plenty".
Two hours later and 100 miles on the ...