Courtyard By Marriott Reno
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... the Sturgis, SD gathering for motorcycles. Competition amongst the proud car owners is fierce. The cars are displayed first in South Lake Tahoe, then the whole shebang moves down to Reno. Major downtown streets in Reno are blocked off to provide viewing areas for the rods. One casino features drag races one night as not all rods are street cars. During the festivities a car auction is held where many a car changes hands.
We attended Hot August Nights on ...
... it and I'm pretty happy with it myself.
Friday, July 25
I left Reno early on Friday for my last leg of Highway 50 and headed for Placerville. My friends there were dealing with some personal issues, so I didn't stop as I had originally planned. I did stop later in Woodland to see Aaron, my younger son.
He and Bree had just sold their house (they are moving to Mission Viejo to be closer to Bree's job), and he was ...
... in the lush grass but Molly somehow hurts herself and comes back to the truck limping a little.
We stop at a Flying J truck stop and take on a load of fuel. Jil goes into the convenience store/restaurant and brings out lunch- a huge slice of pepperoni pizza for me and chicken nuggets for herself. The food is surprisingly good!
The drive from Winnemucca to Reno is all on Interstate 80. The road is good and the speed limit is 75 mph- even for big rigs! We ...
... end of it. Career over. But no, Nevada wanted her back! Through the efforts of Judge Clark Guild and other local businessmen, she was purchased for $225 and brought back to Carson City. Now it’s 1958, are you keeping up? No. 1 was cleaned and painted and became a favorite attraction in the Museum.
1964. A coin shortage in the country. The US Mint Director was Eva Adams. And where was Adams from? ...
... Curiously, there are plenty of signs indicating "free-roaming" cattle, wild donkeys, horses, mountain sheer, deer and prison areas where you're advised "Do Not pick up Hitchhikers." Much of the land here is Paiute Indian territory.
The mini-mountains are very colorful: one will be all copper color, another gold, then green, bright red, black, purple and some are silver. Apparently, this is where many prospectors struck it rich in silver (they were looking for gold). ...