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It's about seven weeks before we start the Selkirk Tour on Sept 1. Bob is on his Motorcycle scouting the route that we will ride. The pictures he has sent are beautiful. I'm really looking forward to it. Linda and I are staying close to home anticipating our first grandchild around the 6th of August. Maureen, Dick, Bob and I ...
... courts of Nevada and a few statues and moved on. There was a statue of Kit Carson in the main square along with a Kit Carson Trail that was more of a Kit Carson sidewalk than trail. I'm not sure how far the trail runs, but we just followed it a few blocks. It was hard to find food on Thanksgiving here.
From here, we were off to Lake Tahoe. I have never been to Tahoe, but heard a lot of great things about it. Half of Lake Tahoe is ...
... a prime lakeside location!!
Having secured (as usual) an excellent deal!!! A much needed bottle of wine was delivered to our room.
Woke up to beautiful morning, on the lake, had a relaxing day, strolling along the hotel pier and shoreline.
Outstanding scenery clear turquoise lake water with snow topped mountains in backdrop and able to sun ourselves on the beach what more could you want.
Another definite could live here!!!
... it wouldn't come out. I was nearly sick. So we swapped roles so I could pinch his arm while he pulled on it. We were there for about 5 minutes trying to edge it out but it was getting thicker in diameter and more painful for AP. I couldn't look because it was so gruesome and I was close to hurling, but I also felt compelled to look because I needed to know what was it was. Eventually though, some black rings appeared on the white body and then out it popped. A 2.5cm ...
... Utah. We wave goodbye to Bob and Pat as they head towards Winnemucca and our destination for the night is Ely. We stop for drinks and to put on sunscreen and remove layers of clothing. On our way eastward, we see a long stretch of Highway 50 that has messages and names are written with rocks on the sides of the road.
Hwy 50 is the old Pony Express route across Nevada. We stop at a building out in the middle of ...