Courtyard by Marriott Carson City
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... to the standing-room-only Bucket of Blood saloon for adult beverages while I shopped the stores for turquoise and silver.
Most of the shops were geared toward t-shirts and old timey photos but I did find a couple of proprietors that I thought were genuine with their jewelry. I did not know that turquoise can be found in over 200 types and that it was so expensive. Green, blue, white, pale blue, multicolored all depending on the amount of ...
Sunday June 29, 2014
Today we headed west on US Rt. 50 to Lake Tahoe and the scenic drives that surround the lake. To get there we had to climb the mountains to the west of us, the road was a 4 lane
divided highway that over several miles, most of which were at a 6% grade, climbed over 2,500 feet. As we climbed from the desert ...
... Betsy from Maryland, Dan and Judi, Dave, June and Ingrid. What an amazing layout of food! If anyone left hungry, it was their own fault. Most of us were stuffed! The selection of desserts was especially decadent.
We returned to the hotel in Carson City around 7:15. Not sure about the others but we were tuckered out from a long day!
And some days I feel sad and I don't know why. I am moving away from something, I feel sorrow, towards something and an anxiety that disturbs me. It is perhaps a chemical imbalance, or just who I am, sad sometimes. I will move away now, away from here, Carson City, away from Lake Tahoe, away from California, away from Mexico, away from it all, the land, the people, the memories, it is as good as gone and I feel sad. I ...
... mountain range. At 9943ft (3031m) it had been closed due to snow and ice the night before but hopefully it would open by the time we got there. Otherwise it would be a long drive back to Sonora and over the SN by way of route 108. Probably still very scenic but prefer to take the shorter path. Much to our delight after numerous stops for photos and snowball fights, we reached Tioga ...