Edith Palmer's Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we're off to our next destination, Carson City where we'll spend a full week and investigate the area as well as check out records for Lynn's 2Grandfather's time here. As I mentioned before, he came from Wales to Massachusetts and found his way here where he worked as a silver miner at the Comstock Mine in Virginia City, Nevada.
We made it easily to Carson and got set up in a great site at the end ...
... the Comstock Load in Nevada. We spent the whole day there.
We took a trolley ride and learned some of the mining and city history. Gambled in an old fashioned saloon and actually came out ahead for the first time since being in NV. Joanne was $20 ahead (for the day) and I won $8 today. We are both down more than we will admit to anyone. We went to ...
... all this fun, we had to say goodbye and go back to our room to get ready for 4pm Mass. We left our room about 3:30pm and walked down to the church, it only took about 5 mins. Found our place. Just before mass started The priest came out and announced that he would be saying a quick mass because of it getting dark early this evening. Expecting thunderstorms and he also had to do a Baptism. Everyone was invited to stay for ...
... ride that had us all smiling from ear to ear.
They whole town was awesome. The stores still had the old facade and even the walkways were still old wooden planks. Local folks told us that many of the locals still carry handguns on their belts. We didnt see any of this but we were very polite to the locals none the less (:
July 7, 2013
First Blog entry, Begins at Virginia City, NV. My life path has forced me to retake life one day at a time. So why not Virginia City. After a few hours of driving I arrived to a busy city full of tourist, locals and bikers. It was a wonderful scene for a Sunday afternoon. Everyone has friendly and seemed to be enjoying themselves. My first stop, was the firefighter's museum. Admission was free but I donated to their cause. There was a lot to look at but I could not ...