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... br> The river is not rushing as it did last time we were here, but that was in May and California was not suffering a serious drought. The river had water in it, but mostly we saw rocks. I will opine that this park is way more rocky than Rocky Mountain NP ever dreamed of being. The canyon walls are mostly limestone, cracked by weather and age, and pieces of the wall faces have broken off in huge chunks and fallen into the ...
... moved onto ‘the strip’ which is kind of cool I imagine it looks how Vegas looked 20 or 30 years ago the casinos are smaller bar a couple of more modern ones and the neon lights are old school. We went to Harrahs and another couple of casinos but the night was a bit a flat, the bars weren’t particularly buzzing and we weren’t getting drunk for whatever reason.
We ended up at a club within one of the casinos were outside they ...
... 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 ...
... just my friends drink looks so good I gotta get one"
they got to see a pretty lame show where a dad and son and daughter jumped on a trampoline. it was very exciting. so all in all their reno vacation was very much worth the extra 30 mile drive and raina def. recommends you take a trip to reno. did we mention we got 5 free dollars to play with and raina won 40 dollars off of it.
then she gambled it all away. such is life ...
... to enjoy more time with friends, however the "motor sheep" store is now closed on Sundays... The hunt continues. Today Is another travel day so we put as many miles in as we can. Battle Mountain is our end point today. We hit the exit just as a dust storm blows through. Wind and sand blow everywhere. We check into the hotel, take a swim and decide to head next door to McDonalds for an easy dinner. In no time, we are ...