Lexington Inn & Suites - Reno Airport
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I did not sleep at all well last night. It was extremely cold in the tent, probably because of the clearness of the sky, my feet and indeed my whole body were cold despite my usually reliable sleeping bag. This, coupled with the exertions of yesterday, mean that I don't full of energy in the morning, but I must press on regardless.
Its another beautiful sunny day, we are indeed very lucky so far on this trek. I start the day after eating breakfast with ...
So this is the big day, the start of the three to five day Laugavegur. It usually takes four days, but I am hoping to complete the trek in three days, and then continue with the walk from Thorsmork to Skogar, weather permitting.
I set off around ten o clock, when the sun and blue skies predicted by the weather forecast have already made an appearance. The first part of the walk follows the path through the solidified lava field which I followed on the ...
... suitable for agriculture.
About halfway, we stopped for lunch in the village of Austin, Nevada and spotted a little park with a playground, covered picnic tables, and, to our surprise in this small town of 150 people, a swimming pool. We thus turned our lunch break into a 2.5 hour stop for lunch, swimming in ...
... 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 ...
... All, I am happy to say, stated that they are having a very pleasant experience. They love the area, and with so many activities it is almost impossible to get bored. We asked where they used to live. Not surprisingly, good portion of them said Kal-i-fornia!
In our spare time we head into downtown Reno to get the lay of the land, so to speak. We visit the River Walk area. The wide walks adjacent to the Truckee are quiet this time of year meaning ...