Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Reno
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... in elevation as we went. Ultimately we reached over 11K ft. before landing on the other side. After we reached 5K ft., we began to see redwoods…so strong and formidable in place, surrounded by other more vulnerable trees. They live in a suit of armor that protects them from harm and allows them to live a very long life.
Nearing the east side of the park we enjoyed the views of Mono Lake, surrounded by ...
... redwood forests. Think I was the only person on the roads. Think most we're still recovering from all the Labour Day parties. The scenic route to Reno was going to take me over 6 hours, however, it was well worth it! Drove through some very pretty towns, and the gorgeous Tahoe National Forest. When I finally arrived, I was absolutely knackered! Stayed at the Peppermint Casino ...
... morning! The cars were still being brought into their places of display and I can tell you that most of those beautiful cars are not running stock motors and maybe not even a handful have street legal engines. The majority do not have a minor paint flaw, a ripple in their sheet metal or a drop of oil, nor a fingerprint where it does not belong. Some of those vehicles are worth multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars. I will tell you, if you like vintage autos and ...
... this light brown tile in the shower area that featured the occasional "fishy" tile. Patty loves all things "old," so replacing the tile was not on her to-do list. A few years ago, she asked if I could make her a quilt to go along with the tile and fill the wall space across from the sink.
I took the photo she sent, enlarged it, and created this version. I even tried to replicate the lattice design in the tile's background with my quilting. ...
... 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 ...