The Deerfield Lodge At Heavenly
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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 ...
... She is just not sure if she is brave enough to try it.
We ended up having dinner at Appleby’s, where we had a great dinner and a terrific waiter. We all had a different steak dinner, and Elisa’s included a Salad with dinner. This is the gal who said she doesn’t like salads, but ate the whole thing! She actually surprised herself. After dinner we dropped Dave off at Harvey’s Casino and Elisa and I decided to drive along ...
MORNING!!! Early start today being collected for a 3 day Yosemite and Lake Tahoe adventure!!! Met Mike the tour leader who questioned why we were so early when we didn't need to be ready until 8am and we rocked up at 7am! (thanks Trek America for that info!) oops! Fortunately, it meant we could get out free hostel breakfast (cracking hostel) I wolfed down 2 bagels and dad experienced cinnamon loaf for the first time, it all tasted better because it was free!! Piled onto the ...
... happened. For a few days we saw over a 100 hot air balloons lift up into the air. And airplanes race by in groups of about 10.
We decided to go hiking early that morning. Charlie Flo cancelled his date and we both scrambled to get our weekend errands done before heading off into the woods.
The plan was to hike 25 miles of the Rim to Reno trail to the top of the 10,800 ft Mt Rose.
A half hour before our ride was scheduled to come we ...
... Yep, it was a lake. A bloody massive one! As much as I bugged Cam he would not get in the damn thing, and I thought he liked swimming in lakes.. turns out it wasn't the 'right' kind of lake.
When we checked in to the hotel, we found out that we had been upgraded to a suite! Woo-hoo!!! Second upgrade - lets hope that this one is a little better than the last (remember Puerto Madryn). Score, we had an oven and ...