Legacy Vacation Resorts-Reno
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... stay at Ruby's Inn or the Redwood Motel, and buy groceries at Buster’s Market. Smaller than one-light towns, they exuded a charm of the west…rural, peaceful and quaint.
We drove through Carson City, and stopped to snap a few photos of the capitol building before completing our drive in Reno. We checked into our hotel around 4 PM…no upgrade today, just the room we reserved. Tomorrow we head for Salt Lake ...
... the way out so we stopped anyway and had a wander around. It’s not exactly how I pictured it through TV and Film but it wasn’t too far off, there’s no students here so that doesn’t help. The town is cool though just an entirely student centric place. I got a Fajita sandwich from a deli in a shop before leaving which is noteworthy purely because it was one of the best I’ve ever eaten again, up there with Ike’s. Two of the ...
... more time with friends.
With the possibility of moving out of our home state we needed to thoroughly address our concerns of weather, distance from friends and family and life style of the Sierra Canyon Community. The residents love the Sierra Canyon community with good reason. Folks are very active here, the most active of any Del Webb community. A huge variety of clubs and activities, 51 to be exact, are offered as well ...
... we went to put our swimmers on, there were lots of adults in the pool but they weren't too happy to have children disturbing their quiet morning! There was also a spa which we had a go in and it was really hot and there was also a children's pool with lots of water spouts.
After our swim we packed our bags and our van and were on our way we drove down the lake and went to Sand Harbour which is a famous bit of sand because ...
... in Winnemucca instead of driving into the hot, late afternoon sun. We weren't using the air conditioning to avoid putting a load on the engine. It was over 102 when we stopped for the night, and it took a couple of hours hooked up to electricity to cool the RV down.
We fueled up Wednesday morning and headed for Reno--about 3.5 hours. It was necessary to run the generator, but other than some missing now and then, the RV behaved itself. ...