Sugarloaf Mountain Motel & Market
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... area, which is a great spot to practice, being here in mid-desert. We saw several fighter-bombers come in to land. I also have a few shots of these planes.
Fallon is a town of about 5,000 folks. We're parked in a Casino RV Parking Lot, which suits us just fine. We had a good lunch in the cafe and "invested" a few not-very-hard-earned dollars at the machines. No luck, no foul...
... and the original train yard. I even saw some wild Mustangs, however I was unable to get their pictures because of the trees getting in the way. Which was too bad because I tried to get one of both of the horsed rearing up together. Back at the depot we caught a taxi (glorified golf cart) back up to the main street. I got off as soon as we got to the street and Dave decided to go back to the Silver Queen. We parted ways. I walked up ...
... didn’t go that way.
Onward, since we were making good time and our GPS indicated we could make Virginia City before 5pm. I called the Silver Queen Hotel and asked if we could extend our stay by one more night, tonight.
So here we are in a haunted hotel that was on Ghost Adventure 3 times. Wonder if we’ll get any uninvited guest in our room tonight.
When we got out of the car ...
... with guard rails to prevent cars from dropping down about 500 feet. You know it's steep when you’re looking at the tops of 100 foot trees. There were many turnouts for slow cars to pull over and one viewpoint that was a spectacular view of Reno and the valley floor between Reno and Carson City to the south. It was a drive worth the view that we don’t want to do again.
Virginia City is a ...
... center isle or the side isle you needed to open the door... the doors are the same height as the pew... please see Connie's photos... Also all the pews are numbered... We've not been in a church were we remember doors on the pew, nor them ever being numbered so of course we had to ask why....
So back in the day.... the people bought their ...