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Looking forward to a little family spring break adventure next week. Destination: Truckee, California. Stops along the way include Unionville, Nevada: population 20.
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One "Roughing It" (1872) by none other than Mr. Mark Twain (a.k.a. Samuel Clemens 1835-1910), who spent some time in said hamlet hoping to strike it rich in ...
... So good to see my family. My nephews are growing like weeds!
Saturday morning started off with my dad making waffles for breakfast. Nice way to start the day.
We had a good chat and then I headed over to my aunt Lyta's house. Felt great to give her a big hug and see for myself that she is doing okay. Brett and my niece Madison met me there. After a nice visit, we took Madison to ...
... areas is called Warm Springs. The area got its name because of the geothermal springs found in the area that are still heating and providing hot water to approximately 200 homes. The trolley also goes to the Old Penitentiary, although it does not stop there.
In all the trolley tour lasts approximately an hour and a half and by 1:00 we are back at Joe’s Crab Shack. Heidi and I discuss having lunch, but neither of us is hungry ...
... factory, shoe shop, bakery, license plate shop, laundry, hobby room, and loafing room and housed the communal showers.
Solitary confinement consisted of two sections. The first, built in the early 1920s, was the Cooler. Although built for solitary confinement, each cell contained 4-6 men. The second section, known as Siberia, was built in 1926 and housed 12 3'x8' cells with one inmate per cell.
Cell House 4 (1952) was ...
... we do grab a Burrito for lunch though! The hours drive to Red Fish is along a mountain highway, that winds up and up, then down and down. A stunning drive with breathtaking views and no traffic! We get to Red River Lake, there are a number of small campsites around the lake, all with pretty basic facilities, but the toilets are clean, despite being non flush long drop toilets! We chill out for an hour, enjoying the sunshine before having to head back into Boise and ...