Wyndham Garden Carson Station Casino Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Usual Drill and over to the restaurant for another buffet breakfast, wandered down to the jetty out from the hotel and got some shots ….. a beautiful place Lake Tahoe. In the car and on the road 10am headed around the lake and out to Truckee, stopped at Taylor River to see what everyone was peering at in the river and had our nature lesson …
... lent itself to a few pictures. The parking lot was a danger, since there was a US Post Office there and the folks were apparently "launching" their mail from their cars. ;o)
We stopped for lunch at a large casino in South Lake Tahoe, just barely back into Nevada. Here, at the Montbleu Casino we shared some fair Fish and Chips and later tried our luck at the machines. This casino is large, of the Las Vegas type and style. The folks were ...
... my face. We pulled over and grabbed jackets out of the luggage case. It rained harder. The muddy road in the slide areas caused the bike tires to wobble just enough to make me hyperventilate. So, we stopped for a warm up of Irish coffee at the Wolf Creek Inn in Markleeville. The rain slacked and we made a run for it. We made it back just fine.
Frank fixed the best fish I've ever eaten in my life for dinner. ...
... microphone and talked almost incessantly. You could not escape his chatter anywhere on the boat and it got very annoying! Lunch was furnished on the boat---a chicken Caesar salad that was mediocre at best.
Tom took us by bus to Heavenly Valley where we received tickets ...
... I am riding for him and my precious Dad on this Father's Day.
I had the hardest time leaving Reno last night. In fact, I didn't make it out. I slept across from a store between 2 buildings, hoping not to have a visit from Reno's finest during the night. It's just one of those things you do when you're out bike touring: Adapt to survive... All went ok.