Extended Stay America - Reno - South Meadows
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... the hotel and set up around the pool. The pool is a pretty basic one a little removed from the hotel. It looks like today they are setting up some sort of party for veterans or something other than that there are a couple of gay guys and a few Mexican families here and not much else. Even at 10am the weather is in the 90’s but it’s not oppressive it’s actually pretty nice.
It was nice doing nothing until about 12pm when whatever ...
... relaxing and finally getting to the proper coast over the next few weeks.
The drive to Reno wasn’t great we continually got stuck in traffic and when we finally got moving I saw two cars crash at high speed on the other side of the road. They both careered into the reservation and a load of cars in front stopped to help, they both seemed ok but most importantly I was only a little shook up by it.
The final portion of the drive was ...
... the weather. The summers are generally warm but rarely does the temperature exceed 100 degrees. The winters sometimes bring snow but it usually melts off in a day or two. What about getting around in the winter? Just wait until it warms up and the ice melts was the answer. Ironically, the summer heat and the winter cold was not the major concern of a lot of the locals is the wind. The wind can really whistle here, blowing hard ...
Warning: This is a long entry. Seems I have finally found my voice.
Left Petaluma on Tuesday morning (Sep 3), heading for Rocklin (101 miles) and an overnight stay in the Camping World parking lot. My first parking lot experience and it turned out just fine.
Used the MH batteries to power lights and water pump to access water from the fresh water tank.
The MH has two batteries and 4 different tanks to hold: fresh water, gray water from the kitchen sink, ...
... to end this blog than with one of our favorite Alaskan sunsets.
Postscript: We traveled a total of 7409 land miles, as well as our miles on the Alaska Marine Highway from Skagway to Prince Rupert.which we estimate to be about 450 miles. The highest we paid for gasoline per gallon was $6.28 with the lowest $3.65 when we were back in Nevada. Gasoline for the RV was our biggest expense as we were only getting 7+ miles to the gallon.