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- 6:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Early in the morning grandma woke me up to tell me that today instead of cleaning cabins for her, she volunteered me to help clean up the parade. cleaning up was a lot more fun then cleaning cabins. there was a lot of people who volunteered and I met a ...
- today I got to see how people in Truckee celebrate the 4th of July. It was a blast! the parade was very impressive with the high school marching band and the floats from the sorts of different clubs or programs form the town. I found out afterword's that there is a big grand prize for whoever wins.
- I never found out who won because I found a lost little boy. He was crying by one ...
... snow we may have to wait for it to melt and that may be multiple days of waiting. I am becoming more aware of our elevation gain. The clouds seem like they are so low. Not what I am used too. We literally woke up in a cloud that had settled on our mountain pass. It was quite a pleasant change from the dry cracked desert.
Day 45 - 5/21/2014
18.5 (+1) miles to 7k ft pine camp. (635.5)
The rain has been threatening in the distance for days now. We had showers off and ...
... We stopped for lunch at a well-stocked shop in Adin (population 276), full of stuffed animals and some tacky souvenirs. Why didn't I buy the John Wayne shot glasses? Given the sat nav wasn't working and we were relying on my iPad for music I planned to stop at Reno Airport and get the car sorted. At the Alamo desk Shawnese was the first example of bad service in the US. Totally unsympathetic (we could ...
... a rare example of Gothic Revival style in Nevada. Built in 1859, in Washoe City, it was moved to Carson City on Virginia and Truckee railroad cars.
16. St. Charles-Muller’s Hotel
Infamous stagecoach driver Hank Monk tells us of his famous passengers, and the Carson City hotel which was his perennial first stop. Among the first hotels in Carson City, the Muller hotel served the working class, and later
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