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... who took the tour was from a family that owned one of the other mines
in town so he was very knowledgeable. We were the last tour of the day
and it was just the 5 of us making it a fun, private tour. I am 5 foot 4 inches and that would've been tall for a miner. Most were well under that and when you see some of the small spaces they had to work in, you an understand why small is better for this job.
back to Truckee for the night sleeping well after a busy day.
... foot of a canyon which has a raging torrent flowing through it, which is crossed by quite a high bridge. Then up the other side, over a pass or two and the trail gradually descends over the course of several hours bringing more and more greenery.
There is one more river to ford later on, probably the most challenging one yet as the water is high - reaching up to my knees - and rapid. Alisha the Australian girl I was talking to last night catches up with me as I am ...
... my legs and shoes. By the end of the day my feet looked like I had been wadding in the water for 8 hours! We ended our hike at a beautiful lake Ric*******, a wonderful alpine lake. Even though it was cold I could wait any longer to clean ups I jumped in! Kyle on the other hand preferred sleep to washing. Did I say that we hike part of the day separated, maybe that's ...
... I set out for the drive over the mountains and down into Reno. As soon as we passed over the Nevada state line the casinos appeared, leading us on through to Reno. It was hot down in Reno, after the natural beauty of Tahoe, Reno didn't seem to have too much to offer apart form the casino resorts and a lot of car and truck sales. Olly jumped in his new truck, almost looking like a native now, and we headed back ...
... now Reno. It fell out of favor and became a public roadway when the Virginia and Truckee Railroad was completed. The road we now travel was realigned in 1936 as part of the New Deal.
After a very steep, windy and very scenic drive up the side of a tall mountain we reach the 6900 foot Geiger Summit. A few miles down the road is our destination, Virginia City a town of 850 souls....... but at one time 15,000 people lived there.
Today Virginia City is a tourist gold ...