Club Cal Neva Hotel Casino
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... Without any one of the big three an RV is no longer self sufficient. They are electricity, water and propane. OK, being able to empty bulging waste water holding tanks probably rates right up there with the others but I will concentrate on the first three. Water is hardly ever a problem as we can survive about a week on our onboard water supply. Propane has never been a problem as our coach carries two 30 pound refillable tanks. One tank ...
... for our good health on the trip and the flawless performance of our motorhome, Riley (the only request it made was for two new headlight bulbs). We drove 11,875 miles, got about 14 mpg and arrived home safe and sound. We gained a new understanding of a little corner of the world we previously knew little about.
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It's good to be home!
... s time to go and find our friends and have an enjoyable evening to end our great adventure in Reno..Have to say it was not what I expected, and that is a good thing! Cross that and a couple more off the bucket list! ;)
Fun times ... and I think I now have Iceland and Sweden on my list.... for a long visit
That's Day 4! On the road tomorrow and off to LA and Huntington Beach... and best of all, see Kim and Surf!!!!
Over and out folks! ...
... to the River Walk and drove past a few other large casinos. The town looks a bit down on its luck - probably like Las Vegas would look if you got off the strip. We saw lots of homeless people bundled up against the winter "chill" but otherwise the streets were pretty much deserted. There was a ...
... of all types. There were families, tourists, hippies, and bikers.
There were a couple of interesting things. There was a Civil War reenactment somewhere. We never found it, but saw some of the soldiers for both sides. We think it was on the all-day excursion train from Carson City. There were also men and women dressed in period costumes of the late 1800’s. I didn’t take any ...