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... the water feels much colder.
There follows a long section where the path traverses a desert of black volcanic rock and sand. It is fairly featureless and after a while a little boring. Occasionally however the black tedium is punctuated by jagged obsidian hills rising out of the plain, covered with lime-green moss, looking to me like the reptilian skin of a sleeping giant dragon, a slumbering saurian waiting to be roused. Or maybe the sun beating down ...
... 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. ...
... destroyed many of the buildings, but there are still many original buildings. We started our visit by taking a tram tour around the city, and were glad we did as we learned a lot about the history of the city and surrounding area. After the tour we walked along the main street, over old style wooden boardwalks that were extremely uneven, to Old West style saloons and shops of all kinds, we even stopped in a vintage ice cream and candy ...
... gondola ride. Having no problem with heights, John and I were excited to go. It was a 2.4 mile journey to 9,123 feet. There were amazing panoramic views of Lake Tahoe, Carson Valley, the Desolation Wilderness and the Sierra Nevadas. When we reached the viewing platform, we hung out a while just taking in the spectacular view. John talked me into taking the ski lift ...
Ron drove Miss Daisy and her entourage around the gift shops, pawn shops and music shops in Carson City. Lunch in an English pub with American food and American portions in Carson followed by a trip to Genoa and a jar in Nevada's oldest saloon. Genoa ...
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