Scottish Inn Winne
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... First Continental Railroad in Nevada. It also follows the paths of the Truckee and Humboldt Rivers. These rivers have been used as transportation corridors since the days of the California Gold Rush.
Shortly after leaving Reno and the Truckee Meadows we reach the Lahontan Valley, better known to the pioneers as the Forty Mile Desert. After following the Humboldt River west the only way to reach California was to cross this land with no drinkable water. This strwas the most feared ...
... along the way from thrift shops.
Even the $1 store has books that are average to read so we've managed
to keep up with our favourite pastime. Plus Shauna and Deb have
loaned books for the trip too which at least 2 or 3 of us can all
read plus Ray gave us some magazines and readers digests. We're
finding everything we need is provided. Thank you Lord for providing
good people all around us!
... Spotted a servo about a mile away so started walking towards it. Talked to Andrew who organised a tow truck, that finally arrived 3 hours after we had stopped. Took us 40 miles in the cold and dark to Winnemucca (means "one moccasin".) Booked into a motel, to sort the camper in the ...
... everything. Oh, even a Harbor Freight (extra points for knowing what kind of store that is. Alan went back three times. No, there are no lap dances involved).
Alan calls it "Retail Therapy". Cara calls it “Shopping for **** we don’t need” – obviously there is an imbalance of hormones somewhere in this relationship.
What happened was that we loaded up on all sorts of Stuff. Stuff for now, Stuff for later, Stuff ...
This is the most time I have spent in the constant company of my sister in over 10 years. Growing up together, we were always bickering as kids, fighting over the usual stuff kids fight about. It wasn't until we were in our early teens that we figured out it was far better to like each other and get along as friends than trying to constantly be at each other’s throats. Still, our stubborn, strong ...