Baymont Inn and Suites Reno
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... and gave me one.
Feldman-esque in nature as well as in vision, apparently!
Burney Falls is a waterfall on Burney Creek, in McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, Shasta County, California. The water comes from underground springs above and at the falls, which are 129 feet high, and provides an almost constant flow rate of 379 million litres per day, even during the dry summer months.The falls were called "the Eighth Wonder of ...
... on, but had some very fresh sign of what had to be Moose (worse than bear for wasting stupid tourists) and spent the rest of the trip wondering if this was (A) a reasonable plan or (B) ridiculous and arrogant, but were buoyed on by the fact that Davey Croquet did it. It was magic scenery and after making it to the lake edge to find the rest of the expedition we felt quite relieved and fully stoked!
Next few days were the original wilderness dream, or as close as we ...
... and execute several exhibits in the small building's main lobby each year. I got ideas for these shows from things happening on campus, from local artists and events, and from whatever I thought might be interesting (all with a UNR connection, of course). It was great fun.
The oldest part of campus features this glorious Quad, where commencement is held every year. Echoing a similar space at the University of VIrginia, it features some of the ...
... drive, we will have done about 780 miles in two days. Rich asks Emma last night how we are going to manage 7 hours of driving. The answer don't think about it it'll be fine.
The drive is totally uninspiring and hot. At one point when we turned onto another highway Emma asks Rich to take a photo of the sat nav, straight on for 345 miles (4hours 47) to your destination! Emma is relieved to see that at the point the photo was taken she ...
... facts; 64 landmarks to see, and think about. Who came here, and when? Who stayed, and who passed on through?
It’s nice that someone put this together for us to see. Good citizens and lovers of history have made sure we can follow many "trails of the past" – like the Pony Express Trail (a plaque at Robinson and Carson reminds us); and the American Discovery Trail, a coast-to-coast ...