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... we're off to our next destination, Carson City where we'll spend a full week and investigate the area as well as check out records for Lynn's 2Grandfather's time here. As I mentioned before, he came from Wales to Massachusetts and found his way here where he worked as a silver miner at the Comstock Mine in Virginia City, Nevada.
We made it easily to Carson and got set up in a great site at the end ...
... doesn’t understand the odds are not in his favor.
The rest of the evening he is monopolizing the TV to watch basket ball on the one and only TV in the room. That is why I’m here typing in the blog. So I’m just enjoying a small single serving bottle of cherry torched rum by Bacardi. Good, yummy cherry flavor and scent, highly recommended. A great mix with cherry 7UP or cherry Coke.
Good night and hope you all had a warm ...
... would have been) but did pick up some healthy snacks (Pepsi, Rolos and Baby Ruth's) and went to In 'n' out burger for lunch where I had the best burger yet and something called 'Animal Fries' (fries covered in melted nacho cheese, fried onions and special sauce!!) nom nom!! Another 2 hour drive, another movie (Mallrats) and we arrive in Lake Tahoe. It's a lot more built up than I expected, lots of shops, McDonalds, pubs and restaurants. I expected a lake and a few campsites in ...
With Yosemite too far away we decided to head south anyway, climbing up a twisty road into Nevada, towards Brodie National Historical Park. Three miles before the park the Tarmac gave way to a bumpy track, so I was grateful for the 4-wheel drive. We climbed up further to over 8,000 feet; rolling hills and scrubland everywhere. In the distance, to the south, we could see ...
... flat plains and the hills either side you can just imagine the stage coaches and wagon trains travelling along looking for somewhere to settle and then the Indians attacking them from both sides of the valley. I always did enjoy cowboy and injun movies, still do.
We thought that since we were in the area we had to see Lake Tahoe and this is where we are now holed up!
See our pics taken whilst ...