La Quinta Inn Reno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Back at the Gambling Den, we had time to chill before going down to hunt Bison. We met a few of the troop by the bar which was nice, as so far there has not been much chance to get together and meet the others. I haven't even met everyone yet, which is awful. It is the one part of tours which can be a little disappointing, when people slide off into huddles and there are three potential cliques on this tour.
It was Terry who first mentioned the ...
... eyes closed, jumping into the pool (into Mark's arms), pushing himself off from the wall, and water treading.
The goal is to have an early breakfast tomorrow so we can go for a swim once more before checking out on what will be our last day of this road trip.
Yes, we will be home tomorrow.
... but the Emergency Broadcast System broke through Harry Potter to tell me about the threat of tornadoes and other weather extremes. I didn't see any tornadoes, but there were times when my windshield wipers could barely keep up with the rain.
Eventually I got to Sharon and Ray's house in Red Rock, north of Reno. I'd lived in Reno for six years (1986 to 1992), and became friends with Sharon about a year into that period. We used to walk a ...
... when their nieces and nephews (Coleson, Cristabelle, and Coco) were young and used to come here. We got fudge at the candy shop, and then headed back to Reno. I have gotten postcards from Becky from Truckee, so I am glad I finally got to see it in person! Had dinner at the club (various small plates). Then back to Nan and Bills' - Becky and I sat under blankets and chatted for a while, such a nice time ...
... when the public needed matters of thrilling interest for breakfast.” From Mark Twain's Letters from Washington, Number IX, Territorial Enterprise, March 7, 1868.
One thing Bill pointed out was the “Unblindfolded Statue of Justice” that graces the courthouse, a truth; I saw her myself. I’m not so sure about the funeral parade for the town’s most famous “lady” but ...