The Haber Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a formation that looks like a mushroom. Further on there was a large mound of rocks which Larry and Erin climbed to the top and I took pictures from the bottom. Rock climbing is not something I do much of anymore. On the way down Larry and I spotted an American Pipet to add to our bird list.
We went through Iceberg Pass and then stopped at the Lava Cliffs. These cliffs were formed by a volcano. There were snow fields at the top ...
... hour in the hot tub, sipping a beer. Wiener schnitzel for tea followed by a movie ( the good shepherd ) and the gentle day was complete. Except for the massive thunderstorm a few miles away which lit up the sky, but couldn't be heard. It was such a major storm all the tv channels were interrupted with a message about the storm, telling residents to stay indoors and in an inside ...
... t even find that! So we had to drive back there which is fairly close…maybe 5 minutes away so no big deal and I got to see the hotel again. They managed to find the charger for us (still in the wall!!) so yeah! I got a few shots of the water fall thing they have behind the hotel. They have a cute little garden there too with statues in it. Our room (410) overlooked it and I got a nice shot of the room…all the way at the ...
... and everything is very comfortable. We didn't miss a beat.
I first met Jeff and Pearlie when I lived in Nashville. They were really good friends to me in a huge time of transition in my life. We used to hang out all the time and we had so much fun! Good, quality people!
I didn't know they lived here in Colorado. I was on facebook and just happened to see Pearlie and asked if ...
... And here I was, Burning Man already just a memory, and I had not made it further east than Denver - my starting location.
After a couple days in Reno to recoup, clean, sleep, and blog, I lit a fire under my ass to get moving eastward in record time.
I left Reno at 2 in the morning - both of my parents getting up to give some more hugs to their Wandering Jew (my mother has called me her Wandering Jew since I was a child. There is Jewish ancestry ...