Quality Inn South Reno
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... and how on earth do I know how much gas I want before actually filling up?
This time, I left a $100 bill with the cashier while I filled up the car and then went back to pay. I really wanted to use a credit card, so I asked the young man with the 'Marty Feldman-esque' view of the world whether that would be ok. Whichever eye I looked at, I drew a blank, so we agreed cash it would be.
'Please may I have a receipt?'
He then roared ...
... through and could no longer delay the inevitable by leaving the established trail. The foliage was thick with over grown scrub and fallen logs and we were definitely in bear country now! Luckily we are, or were, professional guides! The next few miles were an exercise in bravado as we waded through thick sightless undergrowth, crossing rivers to find impassable terrain, thorny scrub and stinging nettles patches. Finally we found a game trail that we could make some ...
I loved that job, but my supervisor and I had a few difficulties (I don't handle hypocrisy very well), so I moved over to the Jones Visitor Center to work for the Communication Office. The folks there managed all news releases from the University administration, responded to media inquiries, and fielded the general information number for the campus.
I served as general office manager for this herd of cats, but best of all, I got ...
... as the one in San Antonio, TX. If one has the inclination to gamble the ever present Nevada casinos and associated hotels line the main boulevards.
As early as the 1850"s farmers settled in the fertile valley area known as Truckee Meadows. Then enterprising individuals began to offer merchandise to pioneers passing through on their way to Kal-i-fornia. In 1850 gold was discovered in the area near Virginia City but the discovery of silver in 1859 ...