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.
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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 ...
... trail crew, as well as one other volunteer. They were all roughly the same age as me and had pretty similar mindsets so it didn't take long for me to feel like I fit right in.
We were making a new section of the PCT, the entire project involves constructing 6 miles of trail which is expected to take about 4 years.The work includes a lot of tree and boulder removal, boulder busting (with a sledgehammer and pick), then trail construction. It's really ...
After 2 nights staying at the trail angels - Warren and Jill's - place, we decided to head over to a new hostel in town in order not to overstay our welcome. Being endlessly generous they told us not to be ridiculous and invited us to a day of white water rafting in a couple of days time (being ex-rafting instructors). We were definitely keen for that and it gave us an excuse to stay in town for a while longer. That day we headed off to Reno and Carson ...
... 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 ...