Courtyard By Marriott Reno
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... if those overnight stays would even have electrical hookups gave cause for concern.
Our goal is to be able to run the furnace overnight while dry camping without running out of battery power. To this end, we upgraded the 12 volt system to over four times its original capacity by replacing the original 12 volt deep cycle/starting battery with two 6 volt deep cycle AGM batteries wired in series.
So now we are a little over ...
... The check in "girl" was very helpful and asked if we were going to Reno to get married! Willie said no - to get divorced! Only kidding after almost 43 years what would be the point!!!!! Finally arrived at hotel at 9.45 local time 05.45 at home!! On the go for 24 hours! First impressions of the hotel are very ...
... people as 'sitting in the boot', which is probably fairly accurate.
We returned the car, having had a great time cruising sunny California in an open topped car. It was a great twist to just hiring a car for the week.
We then grabbed a drink and sat outside the airport having our lunch. The sky had clouded over and the temperatures were as pleasant as we had ever felt in Reno, probably in the low 30s. The pre-ordered taxi picked us up and brought us back ...
... a field of geo-thermal vents and later learned that a company uses the heat to dry onions.
We found a campspot at GSR in Reno (Grand Sierra Resorts, not Gun Shot Residue). We were finally able to use our water/sewer system in the motorhome. We walked around the campground with the dog to check out license plates. We saw lots from Texas, Florida, South Dakota and Oregon but only ...
... forests and over the Cascades to the east side. The highest point was 5900 feet. Of course, there were the down slopes of 5% or 6% grade. It was low gear time!
After the Cascades came the Sierra Nevada Mountains. We drove through a broad valley with ranches on both sides of the road. We saw lots of cows grazing on open range and a few irrigated fields. There were also sheep and a few alpacas. As we got closer ...