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... be done to prevent same in the future. Within a reasonable length of time the Lake Rescue boat arrived, the problem was solved for a nominal fee and we were again under way. Thank goodness for cell phones!
The local media had played up an event that took place the last week of July and the first week of August- Hot August Nights. What the heck is Hot August Nights? Well it is a gathering of thousands of hot rods that come from around the country, sort ...
... this light brown tile in the shower area that featured the occasional "fishy" tile. Patty loves all things "old," so replacing the tile was not on her to-do list. A few years ago, she asked if I could make her a quilt to go along with the tile and fill the wall space across from the sink.
I took the photo she sent, enlarged it, and created this version. I even tried to replicate the lattice design in the tile's background with my quilting. ...
... few buildings are long abandoned but has a real mini truck stop, a K-8 school and and a farm/ranch that has a smattering of tall green things growing out of the ground. I believe that they are called trees.
Orovada is a mere 40 miles north of Winnemucca. By the time we reach Winnemucca the it is just after noon. We don't feel like overnighting in Winnemucca. We spot a park too late to stop so we double back. Our travel buddies are fed, then go for a walk. The furry ...
... and in 1930, a new face – she was remodeled to operate with electric power. At the ripe old age of 76 with no retirement in sight, she was transferred to the San Francisco Mint in 1945 and renumbered “5” to correspond with her place in the coining department there. When coin production was halted in San Francisco in 1955, she was set aside to be scrapped.
You’d think that would ...
110420 Reno, NV
Along the way - There are very few towns, villages or people living along the stretch between Las Vegas and Reno. None of the towns have NEW buildings. But there are fences (dunno for what), there's no grass but lots of sagebrush, wind-swept hillsides and alkaline soil - it's white, nothing grows there. Death Valley is along this stretch where "Warning - Dust Hazard" signs abound. Here, we saw the biggest dust-devils swirling about, some lifted the dust a ...