Extended Stay America - Reno - South Meadows
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I did not sleep at all well last night. It was extremely cold in the tent, probably because of the clearness of the sky, my feet and indeed my whole body were cold despite my usually reliable sleeping bag. This, coupled with the exertions of yesterday, mean that I don't full of energy in the morning, but I must press on regardless.
Its another beautiful sunny day, we are indeed very lucky so far on this trek. I start the day after eating breakfast with ...
If you don't have to be in a set place at a set time, this kind of travel is relatively cheap and saves you driving. But the pitfalls are the ones nature throws into the mix!
When we booked this train ride from Chicago to Reno, we were slightly horrified at having to get a train at 11.30pm. Even more aghast when we received an email that due to work being done in the Rockies, the time would now be 2am.
Ha I hear you say. Yep when we rang to check it ...
... act as backdrop for that name, not high Sierra mountains and desert plains.
Secondly, it's just wrong.
When I first would travel down from Davis to visit my kids who were then living in the South Bay, my number-based dyslexia and I were often brought to tears by all these freeways having the same damn name: 80, 280, 380, 480, 580, 680, 780, 880, and 980. I mean, really?!? Would it kill you guys to come up with some different ...
We said goodbye to Jordan Valley yesterday morning. The temperature is not as cold this morning as it had been in McCall but it is still hovering just north of freezing. Adios Fred. Nice to meet you! We pull out of the park and proceed south west on U.S. 95.
Our plan for this day is to overnight in Winnemucca, NV. That's an uncharted, for us anyway,180 something mile drive from Jordan Valley. If we arrive early enough we may go the extra 175 miles into Reno. The ...
... 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 ...