Hampton Inn & Suites Reno
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... the old hitch was also 13 years old, no longer in production and no parts available for it.
Any vehicle requires regular maintenance. I used to do all the maintenance on our vehicles including the trailer. I can no longer perform some types of maintenance since moving to our home here in Reno as there is no room to do the work! The 5th wheel trailer went to a specialty shop to have the annual wheel bearing and brake ...
... cod moratorium's devastating effects on the province; the stranger who insisted on sharing his prize with us for "furthest travelled;" Bruce Miller with his Rugged Beauty tour of sadness, serving us tea and biscuits in his isolated cabin; and the man who, when getting out of his car in St. John's, shouted out for all to hear - "Hey Nevada! Welcome to Newfoundland!"
We met new friends along the way and we loved how we kept running into them in different ...
... AC! OK! We took a frigging nap! Lol
I did a little gambling too, won some and lost some and in the end walked away down $20... so not so bad
After our relaxing afternoon, we head off to get some food and then wander before meeting up with the friends.. found a fun restaurant, which I have to say had some very interesting items on the menu.... pigs trotters! Ya no thanks! Spaghetti and meatballs? OK, that works .. and it was ...
... anymore) and so it was Obama’s fault that the train was late. He was really angry and itching for a fight. These two stoners were so good at diffusing the situation and calming him down. No matter what he said, he was OK with them. They basically just continued their conversation and acknowledged him occasionally, but didn’t react to him at all. After a while he had vented and calmed down and moved on to somewhere else in the train.
So much to do, so little time. We drove along a winding road that snaked through green pine forests until we arrived at the start of the gondola lift. The resort area,was dominated by a very large black woolly mammoth statue and the car park,area was cordoned off in preparation for the bluegrass festival to be held the following day. The $19 gondola pass provided us with a gondola bubble to ourselves and the most spectacular views imaginable. Would love to revisit in ...