Squaw Valley Lodge
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... 8217; office was well marked and the double doors to the secretary were wide open. On the first floor there was a mural, at the top of the wall painted in 1917 by A.V. Wiggins. It’s 3’ wide and 400’ long. The mural includes upper and lower borders that represent Northern and Southern Nevada and in the middle images representing agriculture, ranching, and mining, the principal industries of early Nevada.
The second floor houses ...
... of white settlers began. Spending time with white families in the 1850's, she learned the ways of the white world and mastered the English language. In the 1860’s she became an interpreter for the US Army; in the 1870’s she served the Army as a scout. So what about the book?
When Paiutes were exiled from Nevada after the Bannock War of 1878, Sarah Winnemucca spent her next years fighting for their ...
... I had my first big mac there, and if I have to wait 23 more years until the next it wouldn't be too soon. The eating part of the big mac was pretty unmemorable but after about 30 minutes back in the car the excruciating stomach pain I was feeling was more than memorable. Freshly Zantac-ed I settled in for an afternoon of discomfort.
Reaching Reno didn't come soon enough. In Reno I dropped off JV at his hotel for the night and drove the last 30 min to ...
... mega-rich have built along the shores of the lake.
Was great to see Eileen and Bob, such great happy people, and their daughter Valerie is drop-dead gorgeous and her partner , Sean, is a mini Arnie Schwarzenegger.. biceps that'd bounce you around a basketball court.Their son Steve also arrived for the weekend, and the lot of us went up to Tahoe again where the weather was brilliantly warm this time; we did a ...
... I have a rad mother-in-law who has saved everything from the Cushard boys 1988 Alpine Meadows season passes to the awesome red Smith Glasses with crokies and 7 Degrees suspenders. Thanks to Jacquie, Suzanne and Aunt Mary for putting together our bodacious outfits! We have to get a crew together and do this again next ...