The Resort on Mount Charleston
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... register. It was such an awesome day and we climbed it pretty fast, compared to how we usually go! Ground to top in about 4 1/2 hours. We were talking on the way down (we hiked down a steep gully, there is no real way to rappel on this one) how funny it is that we could have hiked to the summit in way less time, probably in 2 hours, but despite taking longer, climbing it is so much more interesting and fun and actually feels much less strenuous than hiking up steep gullies. ...
... her to experience the Wine Ridge RV life! We signed up for the $13 gourmet 3-course spaghetti dinner served by the fancy-dancy Symphony Restaurant and enjoyed it very much (but boy, was there ever a lot of food!). Mom played in a poker tourney at the casino, and another one in the trailer park, and she and I got in on a '31' game one evening. We also played a fair amount ...
... thermostat on the electric fireplace at 70 degrees, and we went to bed.
The little heater in the fireplace kept the trailer very warm and comfy as overnight lows dropped into the upper 30's. Cindy and I were up and moving by 7 AM drinking coffee and watching the ducks wander towards our trailer. If you don't know, Cindy hates ducks, and she narrated their approach with the same affect as a survivor on a life raft describing circling ...
... letter plus a number.. So A 1-30 go first, then A 31-60, then B 1-31 all the way to C 60. My parents were in a different group than me, but we managed to grab 3 seats together.
It was a pretty painless flight! As we neared Vegas, we saw dessert mountains! No trees... It was reminiscent of when I was flying over to the Sinai peninsula in Egypt, except less red and epic, haha. You started to see some trees. I guess the greener a neighborhood, the ...
... other year. South I go, an easy 500 miles to Vegas. So in the rain I got off, took my picture of the gorge and made a u-turn and headed south. It is pretty desolate out there. More nothing and when I hit the Nevada border, there were five casinos there to greet me. Yep, miles to go. But the roads were in good shape. But a lot of desert. Ok, now for the most serious part of the trip. I'm riding out in the middle of nowhere and a line of ten trucks cars and RVs comes by. ...