Hampton Inn & Suites Reno
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June 5th – Day 32
Truckee is up in the mountains, can
have months and months of snow a year and is a skiing area. Only 20
minutes to Lake Tahoe it is also a stop for tourists all times of the
year and is set up accordingly. Cute little shops and expensive
designer ones, it's really pretty.
Today we drove to Oldtown Truckee to
look through the areas that are the oldest. We were just going to
spend half an hour ...
Estimated time now to collect the camper is Tuesday afternoon. Good job we have family to stay with.
Lunch out with family at The Cheesecake Factory. A big winter storm is forecast tomorrow between here and SLC so fingers crossed we can avoid ...
... the above events. Our new home has kept us busy, we have attended events within our own Sierra Canyon community, we've had friends and family visit from out of town. And don't forget we like to get out and explore!
We had a great visit with our daughter Amy, her hubby Rory and their kids David and Zoe. They went out of their way to visit with us and we sure do appreciate that! Even spent an a fun afternoon with an old fire buddy and his wife who happened ...
... Bay. I'd walked around it before, but had never gone inside.
This beautiful home was built for Mrs. Lora Knight by over 200 workmen over the summer of 1929. Outstanding features of the exterior include round granite boulders embedded in mortar typical of stone churches and castles built in the 11th century in Southern Sweden; massive hand-hewn timbers characteristics of those used by the early Norsemen; carvings around the doors adapted ...
... traveling for a couple of hours and would like to stop and stretch. Jil is holding out for a rest stop. I remind her that most rest stops are located on interstate highways and very few are on U.S. highways, especially those as remote as this one. In this neck of the woods you take what you are given, meaning gravel turnouts. We take advantage of a couple of them.
We continue our drive through country that seems like it can't have more than one human resident per 100 ...