Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Carson City
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... Lake. I must admit that after seeing other peoples pictures of here I was a little disappointed but I think it was down to being an overcast day. After lunch by the Lake it was my turn to take the wheel for the 5 hour drive to our next destination... San ...
... along with many of the other nearby buildings, was haunted; and that many of the hotel guests have had encounters with the spirits. The building also has historical value, in that in 1862 at this site Samuel Clemens became Mark Twain. The town was literally built on the side of a mountain, walking from where we parked to the main street we had to walk up what seemed like a 45 degree grade. We definitely had a great time this afternoon.
... we returned to the ground. There was an art show going on so we browsed a bit. Purchased a sweat shirt requested by our daughter and then headed to Harrah's where our group would be gathering for dinner at the Forrest Buffet on the 18th floor. Needless to say, there was quite a nice view from the dining room. We sat at a long table but near enough to converse with ...
... home, uncertainty, unknown, and I am anxious. I will ride now through Nevada on the loneliest road in America, perhaps not the best time but I'll wrestle my bad chemicals to the sandy ground and stomp them and then throw them up for the desert winds to catch them and send them off, harmlessly, somewhere. I will ride on to Utah and Colorado, to see friends and family and beauty and I know I will be better, I know. But ...
... DOWN that mountain.
I am sure everyone wants to know my gas mileage. From Gilroy to Menlo Park was 8 mpg and from MP to Reno to Carson City was 8.74. That 8.74 included the climb up 80 in the Sierras and the mountain I told you about in the previous paragraph.
Every time I get cocky and think I have this motor homing thing under control, I am reminded that I DON'T control much.