Extended Stay America - Reno - South Meadows
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... peaks. The sun finally came out in the late afternoon after it being a breezy and somewhat cool day. Our neighbor, Mike, has lived here for fourteen years and is a great fan of Montana. He took his electricians license test in Helen and worked in Butte, Anaconda and Coalstrip, back in the day. He's a very interesting character, sporting a nicely groomed "flat top." Folks are friendly here as we've found ...
... be done to prevent same in the future. Within a reasonable length of time the Lake Rescue boat arrived, the problem was solved for a nominal fee and we were again under way. Thank goodness for cell phones!
The local media had played up an event that took place the last week of July and the first week of August- Hot August Nights. What the heck is Hot August Nights? Well it is a gathering of thousands of hot rods that come from around the country, sort ...
... the museum pieces. The pieces were reproduced to exact detail, even to the aging of the wood and duplicating of scratches on the originals.
Seeing the spices in the kitchen reminded me of similar boxes in my mom's kitchen when I was small.
Afterwards, Patty and I had lunch in Tahoe City and stopped in Truckee on the way home. What a nice day!
Oh, before I leave Patty's house, I need to show you what's in her main bathroom. ...
... of Oregon and Nevada- and sports a gambling casino on the south side of town.
Civilization sort of creeps up on you as one travels south from McDermitt. I mentioned in my last post that Jordan Valley, OR only has two paved roads. Well, I think this portion of Nevada has one- the one on which we travel, U.S.95. Thirty miles down the road is a vestige of hope, the little burg of Orovada. It is not a town, it is a "census-designated place" with a population of 155 ...
... it was just a judgement call. My only real worries about the place I'm at is that the sprinklers might go off and reach my home, or that some office person will take a good look out there window in the morning and see me. I am currently in my way to Reno nevada, where I'll live and have. Trail maintenance job for the next 3 months. The hitching there didn't go the best today though. I did get 130 miles but I did a hell of a lot of standing around. I got around slowly again this ...