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... you will love Hot August Nights.
After viewing the beautifully restored cars Jil and I take the opportunity to walk through the downtown casinos that line the very streets on which all those great rods are parked. We walk through Harrahs. We enter the Circus Circus Casino first and give it the once over. Bridges connect one downtown casino to another. The Silver Legacy has a huge dome in which a giant mining machine is featured. Then onward to the El ...
Day 50: 8,593 miles
Sunday through Tuesday, July 20-22
I had reserved a spot on the 8:30 tour of Lehman Caves the day before, so I headed out early for the Caves Visitor Center. Because I had gone into a cave within the past three years, I had to treat my shoes before entering the Lehman Caves. The National Park System is very concerned about the preventing the further spread of white-nose disease, a fungal disease that has been estimated ...
... River has cut. A great many gentle twist and turns later the Reno/Sparks metropolis emerges.
Interstate 80 just barely skirts the downtowns of the twin cities. We continue on 11 miles to Gold Ranch Casino and RV Park. The park looked like a good place to spend a few days on the internet and does not disappoint now that we are here.
All of us are tired after the long 351 mile drive so tonight we will just relax, watch a little boob tube, then turn in.
... at 5 o'clock I decided to call it a day realizing that I was in a great camping spot and starting to feel tired. Tonight I will be camping in the middle of nowhere along a river somewhere north of Sacramento. I bathed in the river for a bit to try to clean off, but it was icy cold and I couldn't get all the way in. The only real issue here is that I have yellow pee and only a half liter of water, not enough. I'm just gonna have to tough it out a bit and hope I get some pretty ...
... by the Nevada State Museum.
No.1 is still striking coins on the last Friday of the month, under the supervision of Museum Volunteers Ken and Karen Hopple. Drop by and watch her work. She’s one of the last of her era, and she can still do what it takes.
The Stats for COIN PRESS NO. 1
Built: 1869, Maker: Morgan & Orr, Philadelphia, PA, Weight: 12,000 pounds