Americas Best Value Inn Carson City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in general. There were few pull-off to stop and take a photo or so. All of the State Parks along the shore wanted $12 just to enter with a car. But, that's how California does things. And the madness of the drivers still shows, even this far north.
The trees here are huge, appearing to be Douglas Fir and an unknown variety of pine which produces huge cones. We did find a spot to park at an abandoned McDonalds, and took a walk out on a ...
... ranges are so large that they make their own weather. So, with clouds building, we headed back across the pass and down the mountain. I don't mind admitting that I am a very nervous bike passenger. I don't love curves or dark or loose gravel or mud or rain or heavy traffic...you get the idea. The sky grew darker and darker. This is the desert of Nevada, right? They only have 7 inches of rain a year, right? The fat ...
We were "entertained" on the trip by a musician/comedian/historian/naturalist who called himself the "blue man." He ...
Happy to say, I have my computer working again. I met some awesome people in Reno like Hapee who works at the Super 8 Motel, Melissa and Arden from the Rainbow Market, and the NBC reporter who interviewed me. His name escapes me, but he was very encouraging. There were also the two women who gave me directions last night. One woman told me about her son in the hospital on ...
... end of century!!
Next on my list of errands was Costco where she told me to take a slight right onto Old something Road. I took the slight right -- but ended up on HWY 50 towards Lake Tahoe. The thing about this road is that it is a divided highway with no turnarounds for 15 miles. The road goes UP and UP and UP, from about 4000 feet to 7000 feet. When I finally found a turnaround, I had ...