PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> And I like that.
The potentials for winning are good and even though the management has multiple decks loaded into the shoe and they GREATLY frown upon the concept of card counting,... well... I still manage to come away in the red.
You see I have a secondary system to back me up. I act a part.
You see the management is looking for certain types of gamblers and if you fit the mold for one of those ...
... Pyketts bravely volunteered to be the guinea pigs with captain Walker at the helm. After Maija managed to fall straight into the lake and Olly and Maija almost sank on the tube we eventually got the hang of it and the games began. The whooping and squealing notched right up (and that was just Olly) and we even managed to get Mr and Mrs Pykett about 8 feet in the air. After that test drive everyone wanted a try. We had a fantastic time taking turns to be dragged around the ...
... of 1645'. We continued past Meeks Bay, Tahoe City, and Tahoe Vista which was a railroad terminal and main settlement on Lake Tahoe during the 1800s. Tahoe Sands Resort came into my view along the lakeshore and I thought it would be a really nice place to stay. I also thought that Kings Beach would be a good place to revisit - a ...
... do an about face.
We see the that our furry pals are not enjoying themselves. We have seen enough of Virginia City, have a good flavor for it, and the comfort of our pals is paramount. We head back to the truck and head out of town.
We had a nice day attending Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral then visiting the old mining town of Virginia City. Tomorrow we will prepare for our departure. We are just a few days from home and look forward to what ever adventure lies ahead.
Well I made it back to Reno Nevada after a very long day of flying. The last day in Moscow was fun. Went out walking (again...) down the famous Tverskaya Street which isn't that great for a stroll. Extremely heavy traffic, but it is the oldest street in Moscow. Headed over to the Old Arbat district which is an old historic street that also starts near Red Square. It is a big shopping street that is closed to traffic and has lots of cafes, restaurants and shops. We ducked ...