Courtyard by Marriott Carson City
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This our first stop of the trip. We are refilling on gas because our next stop isn't going to be for another 223 miles. We bought 5.9 gallons of gas which costed $24.19. There were some fruits and crackers in the ice chest that we pulled out to snack on before we head off.
State Capitol- Carson City
Two important cities- Reno and ...
... over the Galena Creek Bridge, at 1,722 ft. it is the longest concrete cathedral bridge in the world, but because of where it was there were no pull-offs to take pictures. Our next stop was the city of Reno, which is larger than the capital of Carson City; Reno is a sprawling metropolis with a thriving downtown that includes many casinos and for a Saturday morning it was quite busy. Twice ...
... again it was a nice one---breakfast burritos this time. By 7:30 we were on the road to the Lake Tahoe area.
First we met up with our guide, Mark, for a walk on the Rainbow Trail. It was very quiet and peaceful, just nature and us. This path loops through the largest meadow at Lake Tahoe, along Taylor Creek. ...
... Lake, a rest stop with not-so-nice restrooms. Comedian Pete said women may use the men's room but be sure to leave the seat up! To stretch our legs a bit we took a lovely, flat, paved, shady walkway to the lake. Tenaya Lake is quite large and beautiful. We did see a lot of small flying insects we thought were mosquitoes but they didn't seem to be biting---thank goodness.
... Later that day after having completed the hike and setting up camp, we all felt it were appropriate to head down to the beach. It was full of people sunbathing, playing American football, food stands and a stage with a blues band playing. The atmosphere was incredible, even if it were just a lake, it felt like we were at a beach music festival. After purchasing (and scoffing) a ...