Gold Dust West Carson City
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South Lake Tahoe This was never really part of our plan either but as we were only about 4 hours away we thought we would take a trip there! We arrived around noon and after spending a long time looking for a parking space we had a nice walk around the South part ...
... destroyed many of the buildings, but there are still many original buildings. We started our visit by taking a tram tour around the city, and were glad we did as we learned a lot about the history of the city and surrounding area. After the tour we walked along the main street, over old style wooden boardwalks that were extremely uneven, to Old West style saloons and shops of all kinds, we even stopped in a vintage ice cream and candy ...
... gondola ride. Having no problem with heights, John and I were excited to go. It was a 2.4 mile journey to 9,123 feet. There were amazing panoramic views of Lake Tahoe, Carson Valley, the Desolation Wilderness and the Sierra Nevadas. When we reached the viewing platform, we hung out a while just taking in the spectacular view. John talked me into taking the ski lift ...
... the Pony Express riders also stopped for a jar on there way to San Francisco. Home cooking and more friends later when Linda and David Law arrived for supper. A second night of home cooked amazing food and Val the vegetarian fell in love with smoked ...
... was glad I persevered because the AAA clerk was so helpful in providing maps and tour books all the way to FL. Okay, I'm being optimistic that I'll be on the road until FL or further. Her suggestions take me through OK City and Arkansas (take note Shannon/Lyndel and Connie). Of course, I'll have to drive more than a couple hours a day and stay fewer than 5 days in one place if I want to get to FL ...
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