Virginia City Inn
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... stay at Ruby's Inn or the Redwood Motel, and buy groceries at Buster’s Market. Smaller than one-light towns, they exuded a charm of the west…rural, peaceful and quaint.
We drove through Carson City, and stopped to snap a few photos of the capitol building before completing our drive in Reno. We checked into our hotel around 4 PM…no upgrade today, just the room we reserved. Tomorrow we head for Salt Lake ...
We had a really fun day today. We hung out with a Marshal & a Saloon Girl and a Prospector and his girl Bernadette (she's the one with the big ears) and a couple of cowboys and all this happened in Virginia City NV. The town is a whole street of buildings that have survived since the 1800's when Virginia City was the center of the gold and silver ...
... let me put the label on the can. I suggested that they should put a sign out front and let people know what is being roasted and when printing up the labels they put the person’s name on the label, for instance "Roasted on <date> especially for Patty Cadena" then label the type of coffee bean inside the can. I would bet that people would love to buy this as a souvenir for friends as well as themselves.
So I happened to see Virginia City on the map and for some reason, it struck a cord so we decided to check it out. Boy are we glad we did.
This is a old silver mining town with a rich history and VERY colorful past. There are still saloons operating and you can see the famous Bucket of Blood saloon still in operation since the ...
... was also tired of pulling hills. Our GMC sure has gotten a workout! We decided to stop at Lassen Volcanic National Park for lunch. What a cool place. It last erupted in 1914…neat to see the recovery in the last 100 years. We pretty much drove to the summit (8,500 feet). There were snowdrifts by our picnic table as we ate. Driving through the park added about an hour to our time…slow go. Some of these roads were a little stressful. We had another “Million ...