Holiday Inn Reno-Sparks
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Today, Friday, we had another great drive. We left Austin, Nevada by nine AM and had only about a hundred and fifty miles to travel. We moved lower and lower until now we're at about 4,400 above sea level. It's about seventy degrees here and feels great. Enroute we stopped at Petroglyph Site which was started by the Cattail People. The oldest petroglyph is about 8,000 years on up to 500 years ago. But, who's ...
While we are in Northstar JJ had asked to go to a water park called Wild Island. The original plan was to go on Monday after a relaxing time at the weekend. However, Ruth noticed that there was 20% chance of thunderstorms in Reno on Monday and the idea of standing on metal structures while we are wet and waiting for a thunderstorm was not a great one. The plans were then changed to going to Wild Island today.
We set off early to allow us to ...
... pit-stop couldn't have come at a better time.
Re-fueled with food and re-freshed, we continued. Finally feeling like we were leaving the smoke from the Yosemite fire behind us.
At the Elko off-ramp we re-fueled with gas and made a drivers change. Amor strapped in for the next hour or so and I checked out to La La land for a quick session of shut-eye. Not before making sure Amor was correctly headed east on I80, of course. Amor ...
... and a gorgeous shade of blue. Many boats dotted the water and made us miss having a boat to enjoy the water. As we drove along, we passed a river that flowed from the lake. We could not believe how many people were rafting. The water was calm, not like white water, and there were literally a hundred rafts filled with people floating down the river. That was pretty surprising, but even more so was the fact that it was seventy-four ...
... seats and the back panel. A pillowcase or two went inside to serve as padding for Tuna, but she didn't have a lot of space in the footwell. Perhaps that explained her trying to ooze on over and under the driver's legs (one had to be vigilant about this).
And after stuffing the back full, there was alway one last chore: putting the cat and Sally inside, releasing the cat, holding the cat and tossing the ...