Canyon Ranch Resort of Sierraville
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... rocks. There are reds, browns, oranges, purples, all highlighted by the almost flourescent green of moss covering the rocks. It is beautiful and quite frankly awe-inspiring, and the thought strikes me that if this was in the UK, it would be a very famous tourist attraction bringing hundreds of visitors per day, but in Iceland, land of incredible spectacles, it is merely an optional side trip on a hike.
After eating some dinner (super noodles yet ...
Once I arrived in Truckee this morning i stopped at a gas station/diner to fill up and grab some grub. While I was in there i met a man who who fought in Vietnam and lost his leg there. This man sat there in the diner every day just telling his story. The only thing he ever asked for was an audience, and he always got one. ...
... watch the drops dry on the warm pavement.
The taxi picked us up slightly earlier than we had asked for, but we were ready so we set off for the station. Truckee station consists of a small waiting room and a few benches outside behind a low fence. The rest of the wooden station building is taken up by a visitors centre and an artists centre. It also has three tracks, two for freight and one for passenger services.
The train arrived and one door from one coach ...
Surprise, surprise, a river runs through it, with a nice trail beside it. It's cold and raining a bit. Snowed on the hills above or CG last night. After all our 90+ days the last few weeks! it feels ok! almost. B tagged along as I revisited Harrah's Car Museum, now down to a couple hundred cars. But what cars! This is a kayakers paradise but we didn't get to see any off them. There's a Ukelele Fest and a convention for NV music teachers going on, ...
... do an about face.
We see the that our furry pals are not enjoying themselves. We have seen enough of Virginia City, have a good flavor for it, and the comfort of our pals is paramount. We head back to the truck and head out of town.
We had a nice day attending Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral then visiting the old mining town of Virginia City. Tomorrow we will prepare for our departure. We are just a few days from home and look forward to what ever adventure lies ahead.
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