Plaza on the River at Plaza Resort Club
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... explore it much.
It seems like a much tamer Vegas. There were Casinos and such, but we just didn't have time to check it out.
We checked into our a hotel, a Holiday Inn Express near the airport. The hotel was very nice and had very high ceilings in the hotel room and Justin enjoyed the echo.
We also went to eat an an Applebees, where I had a yummy but spicy shrimp salad and Justin had a burger.
Then we went back to the hotel and soaked a bit in the hot ...
... road. Metaphor: The Tree of Utah. 1987, by a Swedish sculptor, Karl Momen
Next stop at Wells, for lunch, site of the only legal brothel in Nevada! Also noted "casinos" in every one horse town along the way. The scenery more desert-like and very rocky at times. It was a very windy day, Andrew's camper being buffeted all day. Finally arrived at Reno, after 10 hours of freeway driving. Great to see Peta and kids, and meet puppies Molly and ...
... morning! The cars were still being brought into their places of display and I can tell you that most of those beautiful cars are not running stock motors and maybe not even a handful have street legal engines. The majority do not have a minor paint flaw, a ripple in their sheet metal or a drop of oil, nor a fingerprint where it does not belong. Some of those vehicles are worth multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars. I will tell you, if you like vintage autos and ...
... this light brown tile in the shower area that featured the occasional "fishy" tile. Patty loves all things "old," so replacing the tile was not on her to-do list. A few years ago, she asked if I could make her a quilt to go along with the tile and fill the wall space across from the sink.
I took the photo she sent, enlarged it, and created this version. I even tried to replicate the lattice design in the tile's background with my quilting. ...
... in the lush grass but Molly somehow hurts herself and comes back to the truck limping a little.
We stop at a Flying J truck stop and take on a load of fuel. Jil goes into the convenience store/restaurant and brings out lunch- a huge slice of pepperoni pizza for me and chicken nuggets for herself. The food is surprisingly good!
The drive from Winnemucca to Reno is all on Interstate 80. The road is good and the speed limit is 75 mph- even for big rigs! We ...