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... dinner menu.
The people watching possibilities here are astonishing. Worryingly, they make me feel sylphlike and pretty zippy, as I watch them lumbering around. One lady last night was asleep over her dinner and looked very hacked off. When it came time to pay the check, she must have had the money, because we saw her husband give her a sharp kick under the table to wake her up. It didn't seem to improver her mood at all.
Wherever you look, there ...
... the cow's udder might have already been depleted by the time you get there!
The gathering was held at a little ranch north of Reno, in Sun Valley, Nevada. There were already about 30 people there when we arrived--men, women, and children of all ages. Some people were standing around a little campfire, as it was well below freezing.
I wanted to try a little bit of the plain, raw cow's milk, so I could taste it before adding the rest of ...
... suitable for agriculture.
About halfway, we stopped for lunch in the village of Austin, Nevada and spotted a little park with a playground, covered picnic tables, and, to our surprise in this small town of 150 people, a swimming pool. We thus turned our lunch break into a 2.5 hour stop for lunch, swimming in ...
... packed up to move. Aaron had done so much to this house: new lighting, sound system, windows, floors, kitchen, bathrooms, etc, etc. This is the end of their kitchen/dining room: Aaron rebuilt the hearth and bench, added the mantle and built-in cabinetry and refrigerator, and installed the gorgeous stonework. So lovely! He also installed my kitchen last year and did an outstanding job.
And from there, unbelievable as it seemed, I headed home.
... in the lush grass but Molly somehow hurts herself and comes back to the truck limping a little.
We stop at a Flying J truck stop and take on a load of fuel. Jil goes into the convenience store/restaurant and brings out lunch- a huge slice of pepperoni pizza for me and chicken nuggets for herself. The food is surprisingly good!
The drive from Winnemucca to Reno is all on Interstate 80. The road is good and the speed limit is 75 mph- even for big rigs! We ...