Wyndham Garden Carson Station Casino Hotel
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... They are cut into dark chocolate brown stone up to about five feet in height. The lighter the newer the cuttings as we learned. Originally the area was a peninsula jutting out into a prehistoric lake dated back to about 12, 000 years ago. I got a few pictures which will appear on Flickr when I get them editted.
Before arriving in Fallon, we passed their Naval Air Station. There are three bomb ranges ...
... too. I caught of whiff of sulphur. As we climbed, we drove past an alpine meadow with silver foliaged plants with pale purple stalk flowers. The plants were low growing and just above them on the mountainside lay massive lava fields of ejected tephra. The crumbled earth went on for miles. Crossing a wooden bridge, in the truck, mind you, there was a tan bubbling cauldron of sulfur smut that had burped up onto the railings of the bridge. This boiling mud ...
... over the Galena Creek Bridge, at 1,722 ft. it is the longest concrete cathedral bridge in the world, but because of where it was there were no pull-offs to take pictures. Our next stop was the city of Reno, which is larger than the capital of Carson City; Reno is a sprawling metropolis with a thriving downtown that includes many casinos and for a Saturday morning it was quite busy. Twice ...
... Museum and Storey County Courthouse. This was more entertaining and educational than we had anticipated. There were law enforcement artifacts dating back to 1784 and the 1876 jail.
There was free time to explore the town on our own and it was like a trip back in time! We were drawn (by thirst, perhaps) to the Bucket of Blood Saloon on "C" Street. When ...
... many campgrounds and trailheads. I would love to come back this way and camp with the family some day!
Next, I turned on CA Highway 44 for the last leg of my trip through California. The scenery was much of the same except with less trees. Just as I was starting to bored, this wonderful little town, Susanville, CA popped up! The ...