Extended Stay America - Reno - South Meadows
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... and playing in the playground while our clothes dried in the sun.
A bit after 3PM, we continued our drive to Reno for another three hours of driving. Along the way, we saw various dust devils in the desert. While those can get big, the ones we saw were small and fun to see.
When we got to Reno, ...
... but the Emergency Broadcast System broke through Harry Potter to tell me about the threat of tornadoes and other weather extremes. I didn't see any tornadoes, but there were times when my windshield wipers could barely keep up with the rain.
Eventually I got to Sharon and Ray's house in Red Rock, north of Reno. I'd lived in Reno for six years (1986 to 1992), and became friends with Sharon about a year into that period. We used to walk a ...
... Comstock Lode lead to a mining rush. A log toll bridge was built over the Truckee in 1859 order to provide goods to the mines. A small community developed near the bridge and the next thing ya know- RENO!
The Sierra Canyon complex is located on the western edge of Reno's city limits on a grass and brush covered hillside north of Interstate 80. Grocery stores are not too far away and downtown Reno can be reached in six minutes. One can be in the ...
... and the next three days were filled with eating, drinking and chores. Laundry, maintenance on Blue and catching up on this blog were priorities. Mostly we stayed around Chris’ compound, enjoying home cooked meals, beer and late night libations in front of the fire off of the patio.
Chris and I did some paint and body work on Blue. I have had some close encounters with trees over the past ...
... Laney said matter of factly. “And that cart hanging above our heads was used in the movie Planet of the Apes that Charlton Heston was in.” Wall Street? Hollywood? “How did all this stuff get here” I asked, “what’s the story?”
“The owner is a collector,” she answered, leading me into the next room so I could see the giant fire steam water pumper perched above the bar. ...