Legacy Vacation Resorts-Reno
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... a bit, a friend of the family's invited our group to another ranch, about 15 minutes away, where there was a pajarete happening using goat milk, as well as horses that we could ride! So we headed over.
I tried some of the plain goat's milk, and quite liked it. It tasted cleaner than the cow's milk, as it was apparent that the goats were more carefully kept (the goat was clean, and eats a healthy diet, while the cow's hind end was dirtied with its own ...
... art, wild horses
US Open Of Watercross- personal water craft racing
Art Walk Reno/ ARTOWN- Live Music, dance , theater, performing arts
Biggest Little Steampunk Expo
Truckee Meadows Dog Training Trials
Crossroads of the West Gun Show
Barracuda PGA Golf
Pretty impressive list, eh? Like our neighbors have stated, "If you can't find anything to do in Reno you don't want to do anything!
Of course, we haven't attended even a ...
... Bay. I'd walked around it before, but had never gone inside.
This beautiful home was built for Mrs. Lora Knight by over 200 workmen over the summer of 1929. Outstanding features of the exterior include round granite boulders embedded in mortar typical of stone churches and castles built in the 11th century in Southern Sweden; massive hand-hewn timbers characteristics of those used by the early Norsemen; carvings around the doors adapted ...
... now traversing between tall volcanic peaks and ancient lava flows. We go down a rather steep section of windy road until we reach the Owyhee River, then head back up to higher country.
Off to the west is a rather small but very tall snow capped mountain range. I wish I knew its name for sure but I believe it is Steens Mountain, appropriately called "Snowy Mountain" by an early pioneer, a 50 mile long single mountain, not a range, that rises to 9733 feet.
... till dark to find one, so it will have to do. There is a few small trees blocking me from the edge, so I don't think I'm gonna die tonight. I'm kinda starting to think I should have taken the money and gotten a room though lol. Off in the distance I can see the Shasta river, and here the sounds of the city of redding California. It's a pretty nice view. I thought about sleeping in the woods by the river, but I heard people when I was by it so I didn't feel safe walking in in ...