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... travels. Tomorrow we hope to hit the old mint, which is now the Nevada State Museum. I hope to get a few decent photos to share with you on Flickr... http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
That's it for today... Except for our dinner last night: we had Wolf Burgers and mashed potatoes. No actual wolves were harmed in the making of our dinner.
See you soon on the continuation of The ...
... and kayaks. They even submerged a retired jet at the bottom for divers to explore. It has a naturally occurring aquifer that replenishes the lake with 2 to 3 million gallons of fresh water daily. It is a real nice place to hang.
We drove thru Reno years ago when we were at Lake Tahoe and it was sleezy looking but compared to that time and now they have really cleaned it up. There is building going on north and south of town and the downtown area is ...
... for this leg of the trip.
Our standard goal is to try and make it straight through to Elko, 4 hours out, which we consider half-way point between Sparks, NV and Provo, UT. Most of the time we have to stop, either for a food break, bathroom break or because my driving skills are beginning to be suspect and I am in need of a breath of fresh air. Anyways, Winnemucca was a welcome sight as we turned the bend and headed for the off-ramp, 2 hours in and ...
... and cole slaw were served in little cups made from red and blue tortillas. A good meal in a good décor.
After lunch we toured the historic buildings in the town. The visitor’s center had maps for walking/driving tour along with a CD for the car to tell the history of each building. It was a very well done promotion. Again, there was little traffic and no crowds for the capital city of a state. It was a good day overall. ...
... geyser we visited the other day. Our flight lasted over an hour and we traveled about 4 miles. At one point we climbed to 2200 feet, and boy was it cold! It was so quiet and peaceful in the air. Enjoying this experience as a family will be a memory I never forget!
We left Calistoga and began driving east. Turning east meant the start of our journey toward home. We arrived at Lake Tahoe to find one awesome sight. The lake ...