Quality Inn South Reno
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There's really not much to say about Reno, so this will be a very short entry.
We literally just spent a night in Reno with no purpose except to sleep in a bed for the night en route to Oregon.
On the bright side, en route to our hotel, I got another Starbucks mug:
Reno seems like a nice city, although we didn't ...
... redwood forests. Think I was the only person on the roads. Think most we're still recovering from all the Labour Day parties. The scenic route to Reno was going to take me over 6 hours, however, it was well worth it! Drove through some very pretty towns, and the gorgeous Tahoe National Forest. When I finally arrived, I was absolutely knackered! Stayed at the Peppermint Casino ...
... you will love Hot August Nights.
After viewing the beautifully restored cars Jil and I take the opportunity to walk through the downtown casinos that line the very streets on which all those great rods are parked. We walk through Harrahs. We enter the Circus Circus Casino first and give it the once over. Bridges connect one downtown casino to another. The Silver Legacy has a huge dome in which a giant mining machine is featured. Then onward to the El ...
... it and I'm pretty happy with it myself.
Friday, July 25
I left Reno early on Friday for my last leg of Highway 50 and headed for Placerville. My friends there were dealing with some personal issues, so I didn't stop as I had originally planned. I did stop later in Woodland to see Aaron, my younger son.
He and Bree had just sold their house (they are moving to Mission Viejo to be closer to Bree's job), and he was ...
... at 60 mph which is under the maximum speed for the ST-rated trailer tires on our coach. We are designated slow pokes. The truckers blow by us like we are standing still.
The scenery east of Reno is much like what we have seen today with the exception of the Rye Patch State Recreation Are, a reservoir that is mostly hidden from view by a small rise and the dry, white mineral and/or salt laden Humboldt Lake. Twenty miles east of Reno the interstate enters a canyon that ...