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Today, Friday, we had another great drive. We left Austin, Nevada by nine AM and had only about a hundred and fifty miles to travel. We moved lower and lower until now we're at about 4,400 above sea level. It's about seventy degrees here and feels great. Enroute we stopped at Petroglyph Site which was started by the Cattail People. The oldest petroglyph is about 8,000 years on up to 500 years ago. But, who's ...
... a bit, a friend of the family's invited our group to another ranch, about 15 minutes away, where there was a pajarete happening using goat milk, as well as horses that we could ride! So we headed over.
I tried some of the plain goat's milk, and quite liked it. It tasted cleaner than the cow's milk, as it was apparent that the goats were more carefully kept (the goat was clean, and eats a healthy diet, while the cow's hind end was dirtied with its own ...
... art, wild horses
US Open Of Watercross- personal water craft racing
Art Walk Reno/ ARTOWN- Live Music, dance , theater, performing arts
Biggest Little Steampunk Expo
Truckee Meadows Dog Training Trials
Crossroads of the West Gun Show
Barracuda PGA Golf
Pretty impressive list, eh? Like our neighbors have stated, "If you can't find anything to do in Reno you don't want to do anything!
Of course, we haven't attended even a ...
... potato salad that, despite the heretical omission of mayonnaise (she uses yogurt and other seasonings instead), was really good. [Don't tell her I said so, though.] There were many other yummy things, and we spent a wonderful evening laughing and talking and just having a great time.
Thursday, July 24
Thursday dawned clear and gorgeous, so Patty and I headed up to Lake Tahoe to tour Vikingsholm, a 38-room mansion on the shore ...
... so unlucky as to have a collision with one the rancher is owed for the value of the cow and he owes you nothing for your heavily damaged vehicle.
We drive through valley country for what seems an eternity. As you know valley floors are not necessarily flat and this is one that is not. We travel over many undulations and some hills. No telling when or if we ever left Jordan Valley as it is not really defined in this area. The road turns and is mainly oriented north ...