Super 8 Sparks/Reno Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's my last night in Reno so I'm gambling it up and winning everything. A guy standing next to me who is very well dressed asks if he can talk to me, so I withdraw my chips (about $500) from the table and talk to him. He tells me he's been watching me play blackjack and asks if I want to join his team. I say sure and ...
... subdivisions popping up on the outskirts along with a lot of ranches. We drove by the National Wild Horse and Burro BLM facility where they have an adoption facility. I thought they were rounding them up but I read that NV has more than 50% of the wild horses and burros. Under a federal law they have to evaluate if there is enough for them to eat and drink in their areas as these horses live longer than domestic horses and herds can get too large. If not, or ...
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Well woke at 7:00 am while Tim and Jared slept to get the badges and info for the weekend Summit. Spoke with Vaulter Magazine and then ran upstairs to get ready for the General Session.
After the General Session we were fortunate to meet Steve Hooker ...
... areas to have Sherry show us homes in on Tues. and Wed. Reno is more hilly then I remembered and most of the areas we like are on the hillside areas. The puzzle for the day was a big subdivision that has cow or horse manure all over on every street. I guess you could scrape it off the streets and use it for fertilizer. Good question for Sherry when we meet ...