Motel 6 Reno-Virginia Plumb
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Just a few notes before signing off. I'm nearly home.
Most of the campsites located near a freeway are often also located near train tracks. Depending on how sound travels, I hear freeway traffic and/or train whistles at night.
I had to laugh the night I stayed at the Best Western when, snuggled into a comfy king size bed with six marshmallow-soft pillows,I heard a train ...
STATS 3410 miles traveled! Have I mentioned that the Eagle does not have air conditioning? Let me clarify, we have air when we are plugged in or parked and using our generator, but while we are in motion...we are out of luck. We have been very fortunate with the weather and really can't complain, but when traveling close to 400 miles through the ...
12:38 pm... left Reno about 8am .... stopped briefly for gas and breakfast then back on the 395 towards Susanville. To Weed via 36 / 44 / 89 / 5. As we approach Yreka we are greeted with patches of some dense fog that the reader board forewarned ...
... forests and over the Cascades to the east side. The highest point was 5900 feet. Of course, there were the down slopes of 5% or 6% grade. It was low gear time!
After the Cascades came the Sierra Nevada Mountains. We drove through a broad valley with ranches on both sides of the road. We saw lots of cows grazing on open range and a few irrigated fields. There were also sheep and a few alpacas. As we got closer ...
... a tomtom for $110 probably saving 200 bucks from hiring one from Avis. We also found a sports shop closing down and purchased 2 sleeping bags which we'd need later on the trip.
We finished off the day with the final drive up to Reno where we dropped our car off at the airport and stayed overnight at a best western motel only spitting distance from the airport ...
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