Plaza on the River at Plaza Resort Club
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Apparently we missed an 'incident' in the breakfast room. Ken the male waiter apologised for it, but we said we weren't there. When we asked the female waitress what had happened, she rolled her eyes and said 'typical man. They always apologise to the wrong people' but she wouldn't divulge what had happened.
Our first job on leaving was to retrace our steps to the gas station to fill up.
It is always a tricky job, as they like you to pay ...
... would tell us before running away from the bear we could see. Very exciting! We waited awhile then kept going towards the spot they ran from, luckily the bear had moved off the track by the time we saw it and seemed happy grazing the forest. We found the other guys cowering behind a tree a few turns later and instinctively gave them a quick “growl”, to which they responded marvellously!
An hour up the track we were definitely above the valley we aimed ...
... the first 3 weeks of the semester), and finally at the Communication Office.
My years with Catering gave me an inside view of the campus that few employees (save the custodial staff) had. I knew the location of every meeting space, every back stairway, and every entrance that needed a key for access. This came in handy when I moved to the Scheduling Office because I could advise on- and off-campus groups on which space would best serve ...
... interest groups. Phooey on all of that. We can do better.
In our quest to find a state with more reasonable politics and tax rates we have come here to Reno, NV, pop. 255,000 souls. In combination with nearby Sparks, the valley has a population of just under a half million. Reno lies in high desert, 4400' high. The Truckee River runs right through the middle of town. A river walk has been built along this scenic river. It is not as beautiful ...
... defense. I guess Reno is the wild, wild, west! I know Kelly, Colton, and MD would have loved it. I didn't shoot too badly. Then we went to PF Changs for dinner - really delicious. Back home we played horseshoes, shot the bow and arrow, and then Becky and I sat by the fire pit and chatted into the evening. Up early the next morning to fly away from Reno, through San Francisco, and then to Austin.