Mt. Charleston Lodge
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... Oil (we did it in 4 pitches because we had a long enough rope) which is about 600 feet high after hiking up to the start so not sure how high it was total. It's 5.7, trad, with 'gear' anchors to belay from (not bolted), and one of my favourite climbs so far. I wasn't nervous at all and the climbing was SUPER super fun. Just enough exposure to make it exciting, and our first actual summit of the trip. We climbed to the top and ate lunch with gorgeous 360 degree views, and signed ...
... 99 for two people, so the whole gang went over for supper one night, a very tasty buffet (especially the very fresh salads!) for a great price, sure beat cooking! We usually ended our evenings with a hot tub that helped us sleep like babies!
We liked Pahrump so much that after we picked Mom up in Vegas we decided to forego the trip to the Valley of Fire so we ...
... for a few odds and ends. When we got back, Cindy and I made a trip to the casino and played slots for a few hours. When we returned to the trailer, Chris and Steph joined us to watch RV with Robin Williams. This film is much funnier now that we are all RVers! Dinner was grilled chicken sandwiches, followed by beers around the fire (the winds had finally died down). It got chilly quickly, and we retreated to our respective campers by 10 o'clock. I ...
It's a 4.5 hour flight from Atlanta to Las Vegas, and there's a 3 hour difference. Oof! Does that not just show you how big the US is?? This is why Europeans should cut us some slack!!
Anyway, the Southwest flight was non-stop. It was my first time taking Southwest. I've wanted to since college but never had the occasion to until now that they merged with AirTran. The interesting thing about Southwest is that you don't get a seat assignment, just ...
... and it was raining everywhere, monsoons in the mountains. What would tomorrow look like, I was hoping it would pass in the night. One of the luckier things of the day was when I discovered that I hadn't gone as Far East as I had hoped, but there was a highway from Twin Falls to Las Vegas that went straight south from where I was staying. Spoke to my waitress that night at Perkins (a treat for me) and she said that the roads were good, but it was boring. I can do Salt Lake ...