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... the cow's udder might have already been depleted by the time you get there!
The gathering was held at a little ranch north of Reno, in Sun Valley, Nevada. There were already about 30 people there when we arrived--men, women, and children of all ages. Some people were standing around a little campfire, as it was well below freezing.
I wanted to try a little bit of the plain, raw cow's milk, so I could taste it before adding the rest of ...
... Reno Street Food- Party in the Park
Biggist little wing fest- chicken wings
Reno River Festival- pro kayaking
Chili on the Comstock- 40 of the best chili chefs compete
Nevada Junior Livestock Show
USA National Championship Team Handball
Reno Wine Walk- wine tasting
Acting and Songwriting workshops
Hot August Nights Show and Shinr- Hotrods and Classic car Show/ Barrett-Jackson Car Auction
Street Vibrations Motorcycle Rally
... and lovely walking trails.
It's a delightful space that has nothing to do with gambling or casinos, but is all about families and kids and being outside and trees and rushing water. They really did it right.
That night, Patty's sister Debbie, her husband Frank, and their newly married daughter Laura came to dinner. Scott grilled a yummy assortment of huge shrimp, scallops, chicken bits, and sausages that were delicious. Patty ...
... us through the valley- Jordan Valley, not the town, heading in a westerly direction for miles.
We are definitely in cow country. Sage brush with a hint of dry grass is all that can be seen covering the soil for miles. This is not desolate country as every once in a while there is a sign of civilization in the form of a ranch house. Lets just say it is REMOTE. The valley is posted as open range meaning that we could come head to head with a wayward bovine at any time. If ...
... too; the park’s wetlands provide forage and nesting habitat for diverse populations – the Scripps Wildlife Management area is at the northern part of the lake; the Washoe Lake Wetland Project at the southern end. The sand dunes are a tough hike, according to the Ranger; visitors are asked to tread lightly and stay on the paths as the dunes are extremely sensitive to human intrusion.
If you’re in charge of the family get-together, ...