Courtyard by Marriott Carson City
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... before starting our journey to Lake Tahoe.
Heading towards the view point, Graham noted how nice all the ‘colourful’ flags lining the streets were and wondered where they were from. Knowing the area we were driving through was known for its Gay community and the flags he was referring to was indeed the Gay Rainbow Flag, it was too good a moment to miss to fill him in on why it ...
Today we got to 11:15AM Mass at St. Theresa of Avila church in Carson. It's a relatively new church and is huge. I'm sure it would hold more people than our Cathedral in Helena. The folks were friendly and we were welcomed by the community after Father asked for visitors. It was a very upbeat Mass with excellent music, often led by the celebrant, who has a great voice.
Everyone we mention our project to has been more than helpful.
We went to lunch at the ...
... the broad curves to the chilly air of Lake Tahoe. Wow! There's money in that place. I guess when you live in a desert, everybody flocks to the water on the weekend. The shoulders of the narrow road around Tahoe were lined with cars of lake goers. Lake Tahoe is fairly evenly split between Nevada and California. It is fed by 60 streams entering it and only one leaving it. There were swimmers, boaters, jet skis skirting across the clear, clear ...
... summit we traveled into beautiful ponderosa pine forests and cooler air. The drive around Lake Tahoe was a combination of 4 lane and 2 lane roads that traveled through mountain forest, residential areas full of expensive homes and resort towns that were crowded with vacationers. The entire roadway around the lake has been designated as scenic byways. The weather was cool but comfortable, and ...
... the next place on our agenda. There were some very interesting exhibits and we learned a bit more about the state's history. We passed by the governor's mansion, quite a beautiful structure.
A bit later in the afternoon we headed to ...