Courtyard By Marriott Reno
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... There did seem to be a bit of action in one area, as they got floats ready for the Burning Man event which gets held out in the desert. Some really strange, weird people around this little city!
We then headed to Big O Tires (like a Tiger Wheel & Tire), as Andrew felt the van was not driving right. He asked to get the wheels balanced and when they inspected, it turned out the inside rear tire ( there are four ...
... and had a bit of a wander fighting the temptation to gamble.
Reno doesn’t sound like the most amazing place or anything but the reason we are here in part is to relax for a couple of days. Hotels here – like Vegas – are cheap and have pools. The only reason we stayed in the Motel 6 tonight is because like Vegas the hotel prices go up on the weekend so we wanted to be nearby tonight to maximise the next two days of what we hope will be ...
... than either Las Vegas or St. George.
Reno is located in high desert with 300 days of sunshine, 7.5" of precipitation and 24" of snow annually. The Sierra Nevada Range is 10 minutes away, the beautiful Lake Tahoe is a mere 45 minutes. Reno has a small town feel. The people are nice and very polite. We can drive to Southern California in a day to visit friends and family. The Sierra Canyon Community is lovely ...
... to end this blog than with one of our favorite Alaskan sunsets.
Postscript: We traveled a total of 7409 land miles, as well as our miles on the Alaska Marine Highway from Skagway to Prince Rupert.which we estimate to be about 450 miles. The highest we paid for gasoline per gallon was $6.28 with the lowest $3.65 when we were back in Nevada. Gasoline for the RV was our biggest expense as we were only getting 7+ miles to the gallon.
... t find one. So I went into a nearby hardware store and asked them to phone one for me. While I was waiting for the taxi, sitting there on my big blue backpack, looking like a backpacker, a nice man said “need a lift sonny”. Sure I did. So I put my bags into the back of his very ritzy four-wheel-drive and got in the front seat. He had two young children in the back seat and still offered me a lift, what a friendly guy. Like everyone I’d so ...