Pine Cone Acre Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... row. Amazingly, we're only about a hundred yards from the Costco Warehouse. Such a deal!
In thinking, I've omitted the fact that US 50 runs somewhat along the old route of the Pony Express. Not much is left of any of it, but signs point out when you're driving close to the trail.
Carson is located in the serious mountains of Northern Nevada. Snow can still be seen in the distance ...
... to get about 6" of snow and Ken wants a snowman. He’ll get one tomorrow. Heading back to our room we were walking through the casino on the way to our rooms and found Dave getting more money out of an ATM machine. I walked up behind him and said "Sir this ATM doesn’t work.” It took him a couple of seconds to realize it was
Elisa and me. We startled him.
After getting back to the room Elisa and I laid down on our beds and ...
... although physically demanding. I walked with Sierra/Kenobi for another 4 days or so after my last post, and we passed over the last of the High Sierras. We have been covering some serious miles over steep rocky country, clocking around 18-20 miles per day. It is a different kind of endurance that I've never dealt with before, but it is hugely rewarding and I'm loving the challenge. My legs are feeling strong and I have ditched my big hiking boots ...
... Caragh hit the shops. Lachlan wanted take shuttle back to lodge and relax. Apparently, pretended he was a yank and tried out American accent on some passengers. Some bloke asked him where in USA he was from. He replied Ohio. He was then asked where in Ohio. He said Rockingham. Not surprisingly the bloke wasn't familiar with that part of Ohio. Accent okay, bu back story needs work. At end of day, all back in our room, beer, red wine and Baileys. All is ...
Today, the Wallers learned to ski. The kids think it's great, Caragh used the word "palava" once or twice. Granted there was a good deal of lugging gear, and getting on and off various transportation devices. The ski school close to our lodge isn't yet open due thin snow cover, so we had to get a bus, second bus, monorail, and gondola to the start of our lessons. Snow is average for this early in the season by local standards (so not all runs are open), but was fantastic by ...