Super 8 Carson City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Friday, August 8, 2014. Truck. 69,922. Trip. 9,912
On the road before 8 a.m. and headed for Lassen National Volcanic Park. Again, the admission was free because of Bud's senior pass. Entering the park we drove through fields of jagged boulders that were seeded with pines trying to get a foothold. We spotted chipmunks, squirrels, and deer. The morning air drew clean and clear with a hint of piney aroma. Burned out stands of trees showed that fire had ...
... over the Galena Creek Bridge, at 1,722 ft. it is the longest concrete cathedral bridge in the world, but because of where it was there were no pull-offs to take pictures. Our next stop was the city of Reno, which is larger than the capital of Carson City; Reno is a sprawling metropolis with a thriving downtown that includes many casinos and for a Saturday morning it was quite busy. Twice ...
... Museum and Storey County Courthouse. This was more entertaining and educational than we had anticipated. There were law enforcement artifacts dating back to 1784 and the 1876 jail.
There was free time to explore the town on our own and it was like a trip back in time! We were drawn (by thirst, perhaps) to the Bucket of Blood Saloon on "C" Street. When ...
Chris and Shannon had to work Saturday. Since we didn't have a car that could haul the kids around town, they went to their grandpa Bill's. I let Dustin sleep in until 9:30 then I dragged him out of bed with the day already mapped out and planned.
We visited Chris at his work. He REALLY wanted us to have a gun for protection on our road trip (and for life). Since I don't feel comfortable having a gun in the ...
... Atrium Gallery, and College Gallery. I put the magazine down, looked up the address, and drove out West College Parkway. I found the three beautiful galleries, and I learned about the college-on-the-side-of-the-mountain too.
I met Keith in the parking lot, a student who offered to show me the Bristlecone Building; he led me through the skylighted entry hall to the Main Gallery. “I'm not an art student,” ...