Motel 6 Reno-Livestock Events Center
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Originally the plan had been to get a bus or train from San Fran to Reno but when we looked into it, it made more sense to hire a car from a timing and money point. I'd complained to Avis and they’d given me credit so we used that to book a car for one day. This was so we can do a couple of stops on the way as well.
The car took ages …
... who took the tour was from a family that owned one of the other mines
in town so he was very knowledgeable. We were the last tour of the day
and it was just the 5 of us making it a fun, private tour. I am 5 foot 4 inches and that would've been tall for a miner. Most were well under that and when you see some of the small spaces they had to work in, you an understand why small is better for this job.
back to Truckee for the night sleeping well after a busy day.
... road. Metaphor: The Tree of Utah. 1987, by a Swedish sculptor, Karl Momen
Next stop at Wells, for lunch, site of the only legal brothel in Nevada! Also noted "casinos" in every one horse town along the way. The scenery more desert-like and very rocky at times. It was a very windy day, Andrew's camper being buffeted all day. Finally arrived at Reno, after 10 hours of freeway driving. Great to see Peta and kids, and meet puppies Molly and ...
... 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 ...
... it and I'm pretty happy with it myself.
Friday, July 25
I left Reno early on Friday for my last leg of Highway 50 and headed for Placerville. My friends there were dealing with some personal issues, so I didn't stop as I had originally planned. I did stop later in Woodland to see Aaron, my younger son.
He and Bree had just sold their house (they are moving to Mission Viejo to be closer to Bree's job), and he was ...