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 …
... up on the Nevada side, where gaming is legal.
Took the gondola ride at Heavenly, where Sonny Bono was killed in a ski accident in 1998. (Fascinating aside that maybe he was actually clubbed to death by hit men paid for by drug and gun barons.)
Stopped at the observation deck, for fabulous views and trees covered in snow. So cold!!!!!!!!!
Then up again, to 9150 feet, thick snow ...
... be done to prevent same in the future. Within a reasonable length of time the Lake Rescue boat arrived, the problem was solved for a nominal fee and we were again under way. Thank goodness for cell phones!
The local media had played up an event that took place the last week of July and the first week of August- Hot August Nights. What the heck is Hot August Nights? Well it is a gathering of thousands of hot rods that come from around the country, sort ...
... ceiling in the living room.
Furnishings were carefully chosen by Mrs. Knight to enhance and carry out the Scandinavian theme. "Selma" the clock, one of the most striking pieces stands in the entry hall. Many antiques were purchased for the home in the Scandinavian countries. Some pieces which Mrs. Knight greatly admired were in museums in Norway and Sweden and not available for purchase. When she encountered such problems, she hired craftsmen ...
... of Oregon and Nevada- and sports a gambling casino on the south side of town.
Civilization sort of creeps up on you as one travels south from McDermitt. I mentioned in my last post that Jordan Valley, OR only has two paved roads. Well, I think this portion of Nevada has one- the one on which we travel, U.S.95. Thirty miles down the road is a vestige of hope, the little burg of Orovada. It is not a town, it is a "census-designated place" with a population of 155 ...