Hilton Garden Inn Reno
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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 ...
Twins at school and James at work, so we decided to go to Heavenly, a ski resort just over the border into California. First town was Carson City, capital of the State of Nevada. Passed the impressive Legislature and Senate buildings.
Amazing scenery as we approached the shores of Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in North America, surrounded by snow-capped peaks. Interesting to see the huge casino ...
... in the United State behind the five Great Lakes at over 122,000 acre feet.
The highlight of the cruise was a no wake idle into the spectacular Emerald Bay. We had cleared the bay and headed back to the marina when a mechanical anomaly occurred and the boat went dead in the water. A cell phone call to Tahoe Lake Rescue Unit was made. Our host couple kept us entertained with non stop lively conversation as to why the anomaly even was allowed to happen and ...
... that bordered old church entrances; carvings extending along roof ridges with dragon heads crossing at the roof peaks; and a sod roof seeded with wildflowers.
The interior of the house also carries out the Scandinavian motif, such as: delicate paintings on ceilings and walls, Nordic fireplaces located throughout the home, and two intricately carved "dragon" beams, modeled on beams that hung originally in very old Viking castles, hanging ...
... We pass a very few "ghost towns", wide spots in the road that have long since outlived their purpose and lay in various states of decay. The first gas station and first town with living human life forms that we encounter is McDermitt, 513 souls- 100 miles from Jordan Valley, the town. The major source of income here was from mining but the mine closed in 1990 which has caused a steady decline. We think that the only reason it has any form of human life is that it straddles ...