Legacy Vacation Resorts-Reno
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... travels. Tomorrow we hope to hit the old mint, which is now the Nevada State Museum. I hope to get a few decent photos to share with you on Flickr... http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
That's it for today... Except for our dinner last night: we had Wolf Burgers and mashed potatoes. No actual wolves were harmed in the making of our dinner.
See you soon on the continuation of The ...
... road. Metaphor: The Tree of Utah. 1987, by a Swedish sculptor, Karl Momen
Next stop at Wells, for lunch, site of the only legal brothel in Nevada! Also noted "casinos" in every one horse town along the way. The scenery more desert-like and very rocky at times. It was a very windy day, Andrew's camper being buffeted all day. Finally arrived at Reno, after 10 hours of freeway driving. Great to see Peta and kids, and meet puppies Molly and ...
... we were all aboard.
The good part was our tiny sleeper cabin was on the bottom floor, so we didn't get an endless stream of folk going to the dining car or the restroom. We just sat and breathed a huge sigh of relief, then went to get a delish brekky upstairs. We both felt so much better with food and a couple of coffees later.
I was a bit bemused at this stage so wasn't quick enough with my trusty camera as we passed a huge salt lake then ...
Since I last lived in Reno 22 years ago, a section of 395 from near I-80 in downtown Reno south to the eastern leg of Highway 50 just south of Carson City (below the lower edge of the little map) has been designated as "Interstate 580." This is very disturbing to me on several levels.
Firstly, it's simply disconcerting to see "my" freeway's name on signs in the Nevada desert. I'm used to having the small rolling hills of Oakland ...
... tour guide was lovely, and the tour organiser Bill could make friends with a wall he's so chatty. He loved my story about giving up work to get time to travel, his wife just did the same thing to do a motorbike tour with him! Also on the tour were a lovely young couple from Dallas who were in Reno to see 'So you think you can dance?' tour, 2 ladies from Detroit, really cheerful and vocal, and 2 women from Chicago who looked like the 2 fat ladies and were really ...