Golden Phoenix Hotel & Casino
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... br> everything but we did have a great time.
First we went to a wild west show. That
was half an hour long and hilarious. I (Maria) was pulled up to join
in, not my favourite thing to be centre of attention but I shot
someone with a pistol and they lived so that's good!
There were candy stores filled with
taffy which we tried a few different kinds of. I think maple bacon
was my favourite flavour. We also took a tour into a mine. The ...
Woke to beautiful peaceful sunny morning in the Reno "guesthouse" at James' house. Struggled making numerous calls to try to get insurance for the Boomer. Not an easy task. Finally success with Thumm, so we can now plan our onward trip and not have to think of Plan B, that ...
... Off Road Racing
Octane Fest- Drag Racing, motocross, sprint cars, monster trucks
Redneck Rodeo Truck Show
FullDome Planetarium Shows
Valhalla Renaissance Fair
Sew Original Quilt and Creative Expo
Reno Aces 3A Baseball Games
Adventure Sports Week- trail running, mountain biking, triathalon, swimming
Reno Rodeo- third largest rodeo in the nation
USAF Arm Wrestling National Championships
High Desert Prairie Festival- roots ...
... and lovely walking trails.
It's a delightful space that has nothing to do with gambling or casinos, but is all about families and kids and being outside and trees and rushing water. They really did it right.
That night, Patty's sister Debbie, her husband Frank, and their newly married daughter Laura came to dinner. Scott grilled a yummy assortment of huge shrimp, scallops, chicken bits, and sausages that were delicious. Patty ...
... so unlucky as to have a collision with one the rancher is owed for the value of the cow and he owes you nothing for your heavily damaged vehicle.
We drive through valley country for what seems an eternity. As you know valley floors are not necessarily flat and this is one that is not. We travel over many undulations and some hills. No telling when or if we ever left Jordan Valley as it is not really defined in this area. The road turns and is mainly oriented north ...