Nevada City Hotel & Cabins
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... sautéed apples for dessert. She and her husband and Bob and I sat around after dinner and chatted until about 9:30 when all of us 50-somethings took ourselves to bed! No late nights of drinking and carousing for us anymore, huh, Jen?
This morning, more talk, yummy espresso, and a quick trip to their barn down the road. They have a lovely 14-acres with a barn, four horses, and a handful of cows. (Ebony wanted to play with those big "dogs" but the horses weren't too keen on ...
... told us about Chick's Resturant in Alder (about ten (10) miles away) so we had to try it out. They had the BEST pot fried (?) chicken, don't know what that is but it was good. After dinner took a rid out to Ruby Dam (another store owner told us about). We saw lot's (lost count) of Antelope, Deer, Bald Eagles, Cyotes and a beautifull sun set. Got back to the Palace on Wheels and took Angel for a moon lit walk. What a busy day but ...
... cool old town. So we pull into Virginia City RV Park, with reservations for two nights, and the owner/front desk guy says that they are full. I say, OK, but I have a reservation, to which he replies, yea i know but we're full. Bob and I just stare at each other, are we in the twilight zone? So it turns out that our site has HIS ****** old van camper parked in it, and its dead, it wont start. Its ...
... a community wide restoration and maintenance project to keep alive what is a town and a way of life hugely influential in the history of the area.
The stunning original theatre, The Virginia City Opera House still houses wonderfully comical, fit to context and surroundings plays with a cast of locals hitting smack on the fine line between amateur drama for the fun of it and that which becomes embarrassing for an audience in ...
... displayed cowboy scenario came to life. The pinkish mountains soon turned to their normal white and grey as we continued to push the somewhat reluctant cows down the highway and up the dusty hill, rooting them out of driveways, shop entrances and side roads as we went. A tiring ride, especially on a flighty horse but a wonderful experience of long distance trailing through traditional cowboy country. And a whole lot more tiring for the cows, as us riders keeping ...