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... these people do for a living, if they actually work for a living, or just work for their daddy's company.
Vegas appears to be designed to suck every last dollar out of your pocket before you know how much you've spent. I cringed at $22 for a big alcoholic beverage, or $4 for a bottle of water, or who knows how expensive to sit and eat at a restaurant (the buffets, which I imagine are on the cheap side were still about $25). And ultimately this is what I ...
... hotel, so just a 15 minute walk...! It looked like most of the audience were peers of the original performers, as we were definitely the youngest there! The show was fantastic: a very realistic Jonny Cash, an amusing, short Elvis but with a great voice, hyper Jerry Lee Lewis and guitar maestro Carl Perkins. By the end we were all on our feet dancing away. Kate's fave was Jerry Lee Lewis who played up to his wild reputation and was the comedian of the group but also the most ...
... of Nevada, through Utah and into Colorado, where we hope to end up at Boulder in time to drop the car back. We crossed into Nevada today and the desert scenery was as intense as the heat was; it was incredible to see the desert sand dunes all around, cactus tree’s line the roads, next to little ***** houses and dusty towns. Shacks and ranches were all boarded up with rusting pick up trucks sitting out in the front yard, a sign of past times, and desert living in ...
... the mormons camped and lived in that area. We stopped at Nevada's first state park at Boulder dam valley. There was an information centre there and huge orange rocks. After that we drove to Atol rock where ancient Indians had drawn petroglyphs on the rocks. It was really interesting to see them written from thousands of years ago. .We saw chipmunks there looking for food at the park. They looked like mice with a curly tail.
... But I had no idea the void that would be felt eventually by doing this. I now have good friends that have college-age sons and daughters whom I've never met. Lucky for me, when I connected with these folks again after so long away, they accepted me with open arms and hearts, and I hope that by moving back to the Northwest, I can make up for some lost time and rebuild some of these relationships that mean so much to me.
Our exit strategy, as it turns out, would take another year. ...