Quality Inn South Reno
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... the scenery. It's really pretty although apparently the least pretty
part of the lake. We'll head further round it tomorrow.
Then onto Virginia City. Over 300
million dollars worth of gold was taken out of this area in the late
1800's, in todays terms that's trillions. It's a living town so the
shops and saloons (with great names like Bucket of Blood) still function but it is set up for tourists. We
arrive mid to late afternoon so didn't have much time ...
... coffee in my room and not bloody decaf! I noticed loads of police cars across the road, but never thought much of it until I saw the news. Police had shot two guys trying to rob a CVS (chemist). Sadly one died. Decided to give Reno nightlife a miss, and get room service, and an early night. I watched the Inbetweeners 2. What a pile of steaming poo! Time to sleep, long drive ...
... suitable for agriculture.
About halfway, we stopped for lunch in the village of Austin, Nevada and spotted a little park with a playground, covered picnic tables, and, to our surprise in this small town of 150 people, a swimming pool. We thus turned our lunch break into a 2.5 hour stop for lunch, swimming in ...
... killed over six million bats in the eastern United States since 2006, and can kill up to 100% of bats in a colony during hibernation. Although it has not been found in Western states to date, the fungus and disease are spreading rapidly across North America towards the West and into Canada.
Before this trip, I wasn't aware of the importance of bats in ecosystems around the world, saving farmers in the U.S. alone over $3 billion annually in ...
... interest groups. Phooey on all of that. We can do better.
In our quest to find a state with more reasonable politics and tax rates we have come here to Reno, NV, pop. 255,000 souls. In combination with nearby Sparks, the valley has a population of just under a half million. Reno lies in high desert, 4400' high. The Truckee River runs right through the middle of town. A river walk has been built along this scenic river. It is not as beautiful ...