Hardman House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... or cattle at all, until we got to Schurz, which is on the Walker River.
The road cut across, but the river looped north - the next cultivated area was Yerington, on the Walker River as it looped south again.
We arrived in Carson City about 1pm I think. There was a room available on the ground floor which agreed with what we booked - so we were "in like Flyn". It cleared up a bit, and we went walkabout at 2.45. A nice ...
... row. Amazingly, we're only about a hundred yards from the Costco Warehouse. Such a deal!
In thinking, I've omitted the fact that US 50 runs somewhat along the old route of the Pony Express. Not much is left of any of it, but signs point out when you're driving close to the trail.
Carson is located in the serious mountains of Northern Nevada. Snow can still be seen in the distance ...
... streets with names like Lonesome Polecat Lane. We were excited to see Larry and he was anxious to take us to Genoa Bar, the oldest watering hole in Nevada. What a cute little village of historic buildings and a museum. I bought a loaf of artisanal bread at the general store where, in chatting with the store keep, I discovered that her husband was a retired teacher and her daughter attended school at W&L in Virginia. The bar was a working piece of ...
... under the famous “Reno Arch” to take pictures, but because of the large crowds we did not park and walk the streets. We had lunch in a city park by the Truckee River, and then took a short walk along the river, it was a beautiful setting. Like most areas that we have traveled through on this trip the general population of Reno are into physical activities as there are ...
... adventures. We were on the bus and heading to Carson City, NV by 8:30.
En route to Tioga Pass, at 9941 feet the highest drivable pass in California, we saw snowcapped mountains in the distance. Pete told us it was Apache snow. What did that mean? A patchee here and a patchee there.
Our first stop was Olmstead Point, 8300 feet, with a very unique view of Half Dome.
Next we stopped ...