Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Carson City
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... around the edge of the lake. Because of the stillness of the water and the brilliant blue sky, the water is like a mirror, reflecting perfectly the hills and ridges surrounding it.
Then after packing up the tent, still wet from warmed up frost from the freezing night before, I set off on the trail again. Fairly soon I come to the first river ford. I had heard that there are several rivers to cross on this trail that have no bridge and require a hiker ...
... copper in the deposit. I picked a couple of baubles in the Buffalo Creek white turquoise because I thought it could be worn with clothing styles other than just the western look. The town claims to have many original buildings and let me tell you the sidewalk was like a wooden roller coaster. It's a wonder that I didn't break my neck. There was a gun shoot out show and you could take a horse drawn carriage ride but I'd rather spend my money on a ...
... surprised at the number of people in swimming or out in pleasure boats on the lake. The water of Lake Tahoe is unbelievably clear and with a beautiful green coloring. The lake is truly a mountain lake as the view from all vantage points will have the lake in the foreground and beautiful mountains in the background. After returning to Carson City we headed south to the town of Genoa and the ...
... of jokes about some of the guys' delicates. When we arrived back at the hotel, Pete said to be back at the bus by 11:15 to go to lunch and driver Tom quipped, "Wear your clean stuff!"
Lunch was at the Nugget Casino where we sat with George and Susan. The buffet featured some tasty salads and entrees.
Right across the street was the Nevada State Museum ...
... Expect big truck crashes that black out the whole city thus making your trek through peak our traffic just that bit more horrible (yes, that actually happened).
Things we gained in Reno:
Really, really cheap liquor (we're talking $10 for 1500mls of vodka).
Cheap Costco groceries that would subsequently become our life source once in the middle of the desert.
Moral of the story: Avoid Reno. ...