Hampton Inn & Suites Reno
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... in their financial and retirement planning. Presumably by winning at the tables in Reno. Perhaps not.
Off to Lake Tahoe.
There are bears everywhere, but none breathing. We circumnavigated the lake clockwise, stopping now and then to explore down by the lakeside. It is one of those frustrating places where it is actually very hard to actually get down to the lake shore... it has private roads, houses and developments side by side allowing no ...
... a bit, a friend of the family's invited our group to another ranch, about 15 minutes away, where there was a pajarete happening using goat milk, as well as horses that we could ride! So we headed over.
I tried some of the plain goat's milk, and quite liked it. It tasted cleaner than the cow's milk, as it was apparent that the goats were more carefully kept (the goat was clean, and eats a healthy diet, while the cow's hind end was dirtied with its own ...
... a BBQ dinner, filled up the gas tank one last time, and checked into our hotel where we have a second floor room with a balcony overlooking the inner court yard swimming pool. Yes, we got to swim twice today in two different pools.
All that swimming has paid off, as was our intent. In that public pool in ...
... killed over six million bats in the eastern United States since 2006, and can kill up to 100% of bats in a colony during hibernation. Although it has not been found in Western states to date, the fungus and disease are spreading rapidly across North America towards the West and into Canada.
Before this trip, I wasn't aware of the importance of bats in ecosystems around the world, saving farmers in the U.S. alone over $3 billion annually in ...
... at 60 mph which is under the maximum speed for the ST-rated trailer tires on our coach. We are designated slow pokes. The truckers blow by us like we are standing still.
The scenery east of Reno is much like what we have seen today with the exception of the Rye Patch State Recreation Are, a reservoir that is mostly hidden from view by a small rise and the dry, white mineral and/or salt laden Humboldt Lake. Twenty miles east of Reno the interstate enters a canyon that ...