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... They are cut into dark chocolate brown stone up to about five feet in height. The lighter the newer the cuttings as we learned. Originally the area was a peninsula jutting out into a prehistoric lake dated back to about 12, 000 years ago. I got a few pictures which will appear on Flickr when I get them editted.
Before arriving in Fallon, we passed their Naval Air Station. There are three bomb ranges ...
... redwood forests. Think I was the only person on the roads. Think most we're still recovering from all the Labour Day parties. The scenic route to Reno was going to take me over 6 hours, however, it was well worth it! Drove through some very pretty towns, and the gorgeous Tahoe National Forest. When I finally arrived, I was absolutely knackered! Stayed at the Peppermint Casino ...
... Salt desert. Only a few tough hombres could live in that climate.
Not a lot of scenic views in my humble opinion to capture, so not sure if any of the pics I took would be worth printing.
We finally arrived at Reno station around 5pm, then raced our mountain of luggage to the taxi rank, where the gods were smiling on us, as in the blink of an eye, a correct sized cab arrived to take us to the airport where we had yet another rental car to ...
... act as backdrop for that name, not high Sierra mountains and desert plains.
Secondly, it's just wrong.
When I first would travel down from Davis to visit my kids who were then living in the South Bay, my number-based dyslexia and I were often brought to tears by all these freeways having the same damn name: 80, 280, 380, 480, 580, 680, 780, 880, and 980. I mean, really?!? Would it kill you guys to come up with some different ...
... They meant well but lacked any self awareness and generally made everything about them. One of them spoke over the tour guide constantly, mentioned Chicago in every sentence, kept telling the tour guide how to do her job, and when she found out there was an English person on the bus showed off that she'd been there several times. I mumbled 'yep, thought you might have' and the Dallas couple started giggling. Anyway, after showing off about visiting 'Oxbridge' ...