Town House Motor Lodge
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... deep blue in color, still and calm, reflecting images on its surface of the trees and mountains around it. And then we were out of the park and in Inyo National Forest where the trees became more sparse and the topography became desert-like, with yellow hay and silver sage stealing any water that happened to fall on them.
Heading for Reno, we drove through small towns where you could make purchases at the General ...
Good Friday so Theresa, John and I went to church.
En route to the shops, noted engine coolant dripping out, under the camper. Oh dear!!!!
We got to a garage, where they discovered 2 leaking radiator hoses. 2 hours killing time at the shops, at Meadowood Mall, time for a hair cut, then told to come back tomorrow as they had to order parts. Finally got a lift back with Peta. Champers to celebrate the family ...
... art, wild horses
US Open Of Watercross- personal water craft racing
Art Walk Reno/ ARTOWN- Live Music, dance , theater, performing arts
Biggest Little Steampunk Expo
Truckee Meadows Dog Training Trials
Crossroads of the West Gun Show
Barracuda PGA Golf
Pretty impressive list, eh? Like our neighbors have stated, "If you can't find anything to do in Reno you don't want to do anything!
Of course, we haven't attended even a ...
... and lovely walking trails.
It's a delightful space that has nothing to do with gambling or casinos, but is all about families and kids and being outside and trees and rushing water. They really did it right.
That night, Patty's sister Debbie, her husband Frank, and their newly married daughter Laura came to dinner. Scott grilled a yummy assortment of huge shrimp, scallops, chicken bits, and sausages that were delicious. Patty ...
... us through the valley- Jordan Valley, not the town, heading in a westerly direction for miles.
We are definitely in cow country. Sage brush with a hint of dry grass is all that can be seen covering the soil for miles. This is not desolate country as every once in a while there is a sign of civilization in the form of a ranch house. Lets just say it is REMOTE. The valley is posted as open range meaning that we could come head to head with a wayward bovine at any time. If ...