Hilton Garden Inn Reno
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... and putting up the tent, I go for a walk to a nearby canyon, which I had been told by the hut warden (a pleasant lady dressed in full Viking costume) was "unmissable". Predictable sighs of appreciation follow when I see a canyon down in the valley below, but when I continue a little further and look around to the other side these turn into gasps of astonishment at the sight. This canyon is stunning, for its scale and also the sheer number of different colours ...
... to the campsite the day before. Then it passes a steaming geothermal vent before starting to ascend through the hills. This first section of the hike is said to be one of the most challenging as it mostly goes uphill and the net ascent is 500 metres, but I don't find it too challenging despite the heavy load on my back, as the scenery is so astonishing along the way. The excellent weather and perfect visibility mean that I can see everything for miles ...
... Off Road Racing
Octane Fest- Drag Racing, motocross, sprint cars, monster trucks
Redneck Rodeo Truck Show
FullDome Planetarium Shows
Valhalla Renaissance Fair
Sew Original Quilt and Creative Expo
Reno Aces 3A Baseball Games
Adventure Sports Week- trail running, mountain biking, triathalon, swimming
Reno Rodeo- third largest rodeo in the nation
USAF Arm Wrestling National Championships
High Desert Prairie Festival- roots ...
... 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 ...
... few buildings are long abandoned but has a real mini truck stop, a K-8 school and and a farm/ranch that has a smattering of tall green things growing out of the ground. I believe that they are called trees.
Orovada is a mere 40 miles north of Winnemucca. By the time we reach Winnemucca the it is just after noon. We don't feel like overnighting in Winnemucca. We spot a park too late to stop so we double back. Our travel buddies are fed, then go for a walk. The furry ...