Vagabond Inn Excutive Reno
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... the scenery. It's really pretty although apparently the least pretty
part of the lake. We'll head further round it tomorrow.
Then onto Virginia City. Over 300
million dollars worth of gold was taken out of this area in the late
1800's, in todays terms that's trillions. It's a living town so the
shops and saloons (with great names like Bucket of Blood) still function but it is set up for tourists. We
arrive mid to late afternoon so didn't have much time ...
... and scratching off six months of old growth? But what do we know, probably a racoon?
Our last morning dawned clear and bright and we started packing up our tents and gear for the voyage home. Amidst the activity I thought I would take P for a walk up the valley following a trail we hadn’t explored yet. We found a clean rocky ridge and climbed out of the undergrowth when I happened to look to our left and saw this big grey/black bear wading through the ...
We left camp around 8:30 this morning. We took the time to stop and enjoy a few amazing sights as we made our way on highway 120 through the whole of Yosemite and then through Tioga Pass - 11,561 ft at the summit. There were amazing glacier lakes and alpine meadows - bursting with flowers. As we traveled the pass the world around us transitioned unto high desert. Mono lake was impressive ...
... room so Lyndsey can now soak in the soaker tub and I can shower and get ready to head to the casino. Lyndsey decides that she doesn't want to dress and go out to dinner but prefers to laze in the room with the rest of the pizza and watch TV. Well, ok then....I guess we have dinner alone!!!
There are several restaurants in the hotel. One nice thing about the ...
Linda Burton posting from Carson City, Nevada – A painted blue line shows the way, accented by bronze medallions implanted in the sidewalk beneath my feet. The pear trees are in bloom today and it's an easy downtown walk along the Kit Carson Trail, 2.5 miles of history, where I’m promised a pedestrian’s-eye glimpse of the past. Modern-day technology in the form of a podcast reveals the juicy bits ...