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... last night, it’s not terrible or anything but it’s hardly the Venetian. I would estimate that we are the youngest people here by about 70 years.
We wanted to tube or do some sort of water sports while we are here and they have a river that runs through the city so we went to some tubing shack by the river. When we got there it was closed for summer or something which really didn’t make a massive amount of sense.
We went ...
... did a couple of big driving days across beautiful desert mountain tundra and along huge salt lakes through Idaho and northern Nevada. Rain was coming and going the whole time and by the time we his Reno it set in. We sprung for a RV park, not that it makes motorhoming in the rain anymore pleasant, but may as well log on to wifi and do some work & laundry whilst it’s raining. It took about 4 mins before the kids got sick of stationary RV so I took them off to the nearby casino. ...
Sorry about being out of touch for so long. This is a quick message to let everyone know that all is going great. I am in Reno, Nevada. That's 5 big states down now. My computer is having problems so I am writing from one at a hotel. As soon as I can get my laptop straightened out, I will do a major update.
Next task is to make it across Nevada on Highway 50, also called "The Loneliest Highway in America". There are about 350 miles or so with only 3 or 4 ...
... in Reno and often in Vegas, is that even though kids can't gamble, they are able to walk through the casino and therefore can eat in any restaurant in the casino. Last night we ate at the buffet and at breakfast we ate at the café. There is a seafood restaurant, a fancy steak house and nice Asian Restaurant but we opt for the café again since we just want a quiet dinner ...
... power. Luckily, it was still daylight outside. The staff apologized profusely while they scrambled around, trying to figure out what they should do.
After dinner, we continued driving up I-89. The scenery was absolutely gorgeous, with green rolling hills and mountains, and cows, horses, and sheep happily grazing in the lush green pastures. It was so much nicer than traveling on I-80.
We finally arrived in Alpine after 9pm, just as a big storm was coming ...