Days Inn Reno
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... 40 people playing in a beer pong tournament. The club was free and pretty pointless, at this point we decided to cut our losses and just call it a night, it was never going to turn into some wild amazing night or anything and we were just burning through money for no particular reason. Beers were probably only about $3.50 but meh.
It was around 12 when we walked out back via the strip. On the way here we’d seen the Golden Nugget casino and ...
... Railroad. Mr. Lake made a deal to deed land that the railroad needed in exchange for a depot at Lake's Crossing. In 1868 the railroad was established, so Central Pacific RR construction superintendent Charles Crocker renamed the community after Jesse Lee Reno, a Union officer killed in the Civil War.
In 1871, Reno became the seat of Washoe County. The extension of the Virginia and Truckee Railroad to Reno in 1872 provided a boost to the ...
... cool people.
... time of Bill Harrah's death. The rest of the cars were sold at auction..
I was impressed as soon as I walked in the door and saw the 24kt gold-plated DeLorean DMC-12, one of three made. They have many other extremely rare cars in their collection. One that I was surprised to see was Buckminster Fuller's only surviving Dymaxion car. The car ...
... a chance we were taking as there isn't much as far as repair facilities anywhere in between Jordan Valley and Winnemucca.
Most of the area through which we traveled to get to Winnemucca is rangeland. Some of it was burned last year in a fire that wiped out more than 40,000 acres. Everything is pretty dry as they too had a dry winter. As we got closer to Winnemucca, a little irrigation began to appear.
We had decided that we ...