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... before starting our journey to Lake Tahoe.
Heading towards the view point, Graham noted how nice all the ‘colourful’ flags lining the streets were and wondered where they were from. Knowing the area we were driving through was known for its Gay community and the flags he was referring to was indeed the Gay Rainbow Flag, it was too good a moment to miss to fill him in on why it ...
... courts of Nevada and a few statues and moved on. There was a statue of Kit Carson in the main square along with a Kit Carson Trail that was more of a Kit Carson sidewalk than trail. I'm not sure how far the trail runs, but we just followed it a few blocks. It was hard to find food on Thanksgiving here.
From here, we were off to Lake Tahoe. I have never been to Tahoe, but heard a lot of great things about it. Half of Lake Tahoe is ...
... a prime lakeside location!!
Having secured (as usual) an excellent deal!!! A much needed bottle of wine was delivered to our room.
Woke up to beautiful morning, on the lake, had a relaxing day, strolling along the hotel pier and shoreline.
Outstanding scenery clear turquoise lake water with snow topped mountains in backdrop and able to sun ourselves on the beach what more could you want.
Another definite could live here!!!
... DOWN that mountain.
I am sure everyone wants to know my gas mileage. From Gilroy to Menlo Park was 8 mpg and from MP to Reno to Carson City was 8.74. That 8.74 included the climb up 80 in the Sierras and the mountain I told you about in the previous paragraph.
Every time I get cocky and think I have this motor homing thing under control, I am reminded that I DON'T control much.
... Springs. The building is new and it is a nice restaurant and bar. When you are just inside the door you are made to feel at home. The homemade blueberry cobbler with ice cream really hit the spot.
Austin and Eureka, NV, are fun little towns. Eureka is known as the friendliest town on the loneliest road in America. Getting to Ely was an interesting ride. Many would say it is a boring ride, to me the lonely ...