Econo Lodge Reno
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... and welding on our belly box. Then we got a shower!!!!!! Yay! Then we got chicken fried steak!!! Then we said adios to Reno! It was a looooonngggg day with very little sleep the night before. There is gambling everywhere here. We drove over the donner pass in the middle of the night. Smelled Forrest fires the whole ...
... our table with a couple from San Francisco and they told us a lot about the wonderful national parks in America, I wish we could go to see them but I really don't think we will be able to afford another trip to the US it has proven very expensive. We spent our day in our roomette mainly because some Dutch people boarded the train in Grand junction and they have proven to be very rude and arrogance people. The scenery ...
... our Camarillo home had to be staged and shown to prospective buyers. All the while we packed.
It would seem that packing would be relatively easy since we lived in a 900 square foot house and are moving to a home with 1800 square feet. Not so! We also had 2.5 storage sheds full of stuff that didn't fit into our diminutive abode. Needless to say, a lot of things we considered expendable were donated and/or sold. ...
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not about how many breathes you take, but how many take your breath
cook-off was huge, over 6 days they have over ½ million visitors and
it's their 25th year. Afterwards we went back to Reno we
walked the very small main street. We took a few photos of the main
sign and headed back to the hotel.
... and there were two fairly good sized patches of a blue flower. About 50 miles east of Klamath Falls, we really began to see lush farmland. This area is irrigated with large sprinklers. We also started seeing more cattle, along with a few horses. The view of Mt. Shasta was nice, but there was a bit of haze so it’s not as clear as I had hoped.
Once we left Klamath Falls, we ...