Squaw Valley Lodge
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... they watch you VERY closely.
But I deliberately dress up differently than their "be on the look out for" types.
I dress like and act like a frumpy hick. I don't lay it on to thick, just enough to pull it off without having to think about it too much. And if I start winning big, I always back off before attracting too much attention. Maybe loose a couple of hands or just leave.
It's always good to be smart in ...
... thing I really missed on the trip.
Well then it was time to pack. We were up until 2 am, got two hours sleep, and then up at 4 am for the ride to the airport. Everything went smooth, except my bag was overweight and I was trying to stuff clothes into my carryon. She finally said the weight was close enough. More passport control checks, two security checkpoints. I think I remembered to take my bag of liquids out once. One thing I noticed though is that security in ...
... Yep. The 28th. The Mac store was generous and repaired it under warranty, anyway - an otherwise nearly $400 visit to the shop.
Silver Springs with grandma. Went out there to spend some time, have lunch. She pretty much ordered me to take a nap, seeing the exhaustion in my eyes. I gladly accepted. Her new dog, although cute, was begging to be kicked as it jumped up against my legs again and again and again ...
... riders will be there. We had a walk around the town, the buildings are well preserved. My favourite was the former firehouse, it was really nice. The were some beautiful houses in the town too.
We drove out of Nevada City and climbed into the Sierra Nevada Mountains and started to see snow on the side of the roads. We stopped in Truckee near the Nevada border, which isn't a truck stop! But a nice mountain town. We had ...
... Apparently there is a homeless tent city sprung up in or around the Train lines or track somewhere in Reno, We didn't observe this in our tour, but filled with "gas" and headed home. We came home and hooked the Castle up to the utilities and relaxed. Our plan tomorrow is to travel to Lake Tahoe to most likely stay the night near or next to this famous American Landmark. (MMM maybe that should be "watermark") Till we meet again, Regards from the travellers. ...