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... around the edge of the lake. Because of the stillness of the water and the brilliant blue sky, the water is like a mirror, reflecting perfectly the hills and ridges surrounding it.
Then after packing up the tent, still wet from warmed up frost from the freezing night before, I set off on the trail again. Fairly soon I come to the first river ford. I had heard that there are several rivers to cross on this trail that have no bridge and require a hiker ...
... time. We arrive at the next hut, Hraffntinusker, at about the same time, in around four hours. This hut is in a beautiful setting, with mountains all around, but the campsite does not look too inviting, as it is in a very exposed location. The walls of rocks other campers have built around their pitch sites also testify to how windy it can probably be up here. As it is still early in the day and there is plenty of time to get to the next campsite, we decide ...
... Railroad. Mr. Lake made a deal to deed land that the railroad needed in exchange for a depot at Lake's Crossing. In 1868 the railroad was established, so Central Pacific RR construction superintendent Charles Crocker renamed the community after Jesse Lee Reno, a Union officer killed in the Civil War.
In 1871, Reno became the seat of Washoe County. The extension of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad to Reno in 1872 provided a boost to the ...
... proud of is their 1907 Thomas Flyer, which one the 1908 New York to Paris auto race. That might sound like an impossible race since the Atlantic Ocean is in the way but the original plan was for the entrants to drive to Alaska and then drive across the ice on the Bering Straight to Russia. Things didn't go as planned and the cars wound up getting to Asia ...
... a chance we were taking as there isn't much as far as repair facilities anywhere in between Jordan Valley and Winnemucca.
Most of the area through which we traveled to get to Winnemucca is rangeland. Some of it was burned last year in a fire that wiped out more than 40,000 acres. Everything is pretty dry as they too had a dry winter. As we got closer to Winnemucca, a little irrigation began to appear.
We had decided that we ...