Desert Rose Inn
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... we eat lunch.
We like the decor in these older casinos more than many of the more modern ones. Just our preference, I suppose, as it brings back memories of how they used to look many years ago.
After an enjoyable lunch we went out to view those great cars for the last time. The crowds are getting larger. We are glad that we decided to go early! We really enjoyed our first Hot August Nights and now to home.
... killed over six million bats in the eastern United States since 2006, and can kill up to 100% of bats in a colony during hibernation. Although it has not been found in Western states to date, the fungus and disease are spreading rapidly across North America towards the West and into Canada.
Before this trip, I wasn't aware of the importance of bats in ecosystems around the world, saving farmers in the U.S. alone over $3 billion annually in ...
We have been life long residents of Kal-i-fornia but have tired of the nonsensical politics and high taxes. Kal-i-forina state sales tax has risen to 7.5%. That does not include local sales tax bumping that rate to as high as 9%. The state top income tax rate has risen to 13.3%. We wouldn't complain toooo much if there was some fiscal accountability by the politicians. And those new laws, over 700 of them last year, and it seems like most of them slanted ...
... I should make it to reno pretty easily tomorrow( knock on wood) I've had a few hours By myself to sit relax and reflect a bit. I miss people, but I love my life. I also feel like I am touching other peoples lives slowly but surely along the way and it is a fuel that keeps me going. Though it's not my favorite I have gotten used to this alone thing. But someday I'll have met so many people, I'll have somebody all over! I've been watching the birds in the sky and a few dragon ...
... 1869 - 1,500 coins per hour, Today: 1 medal takes 10 seconds to strike
Striking pressure: 1869 - 200 tons, Today: 200 tons
Read more about the Nevada State Museum and the history of the Carson City Mint
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