Victorian RV Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was nice, it was basically empty and we had to the pool/tub to ourselves.
Then it was back to our room, we updated the blog, and went to bed.
The next morning, we grabbed the free continental breakfast, and it was off for another five or so hour drive to Oregon, home of Crater Lake National Park.
All in all, a good stay in Reno, it may be some place we come back to, especially due to its proximity to Lake Tahoe, just not quite as much of an adventure as the other days.
... B.C. to about 1300
A.D." We found the cave without much trouble and explored it, very interesting. The cache was suppose to be located about 50 yards from the entrance. We searched for about half an hour but could not locate it. The last entry on its log online indicated they did not find it either. The area was rocky and fairly steep but gave a good opportunity to observe the different kinds ...
... and kayaks. They even submerged a retired jet at the bottom for divers to explore. It has a naturally occurring aquifer that replenishes the lake with 2 to 3 million gallons of fresh water daily. It is a real nice place to hang.
We drove thru Reno years ago when we were at Lake Tahoe and it was sleezy looking but compared to that time and now they have really cleaned it up. There is building going on north and south of town and the downtown area is ...
... it all the way out highway 50 to Silver Springs Nevada. My total miles today was 77.
Picture comments - This is just after I reached Spooner Summit. Always great to see a summit sign. Go Vandals! Probably my last In N Out burger for quite some time. It was sooo good.
... for this leg of the trip.
Our standard goal is to try and make it straight through to Elko, 4 hours out, which we consider half-way point between Sparks, NV and Provo, UT. Most of the time we have to stop, either for a food break, bathroom break or because my driving skills are beginning to be suspect and I am in need of a breath of fresh air. Anyways, Winnemucca was a welcome sight as we turned the bend and headed for the off-ramp, 2 hours in and ...