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Travel Blogs from Olympic Valley
... Climbed several mountains on my way from SLC to Wells: 5,910, 6960, 6114, and 5118 feet.
I arrived in Reno on July 3 to visit with the grand girls for several days.
July 7 - Overnight to Kings Beach on Lake Tahoe with grand girls, Bernadette, and B's mom.
July 9 -- Travel from Reno to Sacramento, CA, over Donner Summit (7239). It's all downhill from there.
... could dangle at me. When the Circus Circus hotel in Reno popped up with a "mobile deal" of $28 a night we jumped on it! And that is how Spread Eagle met the Big Top! Our rig got a much deserved night off and we got big, clean comfy beds that we could drop into as opposed to climb up to. On to Gardenerville for some good old fashioned family catch up ...
... into Nevada near Harrah's. We turned around and after a quick lunch, headed back to the RV park. We stopped at Grocery Outlet and couldn't believe the discounted prices on groceries - especially the good prices on wines. We will have to come back here. How many bottles of wine can you fit in a back pack? Ha! 5 1/2 hours later we returned to our motor home. Great ride but Murray says his butt ...
... Aussie on Holiday card, no joy. Snowman turned into a Snow Egypt. Seemed it was easier to make pyramids than balls with older snow. Eventually found good toboggan spot back near lodge, so ticked that box. Meanwhile, Siobhan wanted to stretch herself on the bigger slopes. Champion. Even made it right to top of the mountain. Handled it all, very proud Dad. Literally last off the slopes before lifts closed. Saw lots of Santas skiing around handing out lollies to little ...
... proclaiming: "There's gold in the Sierra foothills". He then bought every piece of mining equipment in the area - from handkerchiefs to shovels, and when the masses came looking for equipment for the adventure, guess who sold it to them? Mr Brannan, at a 100% mark-up - making him a very rich man by the time the first would-be miners hit the foothills. Most of those who went received little reward, but merely the promise of gold made Sam Brannan a very rich man.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet