Mormon Lake Lodge
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... from the dwellings but it was worth it to see how these Native Americans lived. Be sure to look at the photos!!
On the way to our hotel we stopped at the Cameron Trading Post which is a part of the Navajo Reservation. Nice place if you are looking to buy Native American items, plus their restaurant also looks nice. Not sure if we will have a chance to try it.
... the towering clouds that were present all afternoon.
This loop continues on into the edge of the Painted Desert. This had sand dunes of pinks, greens and tans along with darker red sand. This was not as good for us as it could have been, as the day was very cloudy with storm clouds masking the late afternoon sun – therefore the colors were not as vivid as we assume is usual.
Headed home for chicken, broccoli, and home ...
... in the dining room for our end of day checkup. Dinner was very colorful...posted a pic (minus the green beans.) We're headed home as soon as Nancy finishes her "Coffee Break". Lots of thundering out there. Hope it rained at our house in the Village today. We're coming in earlier tomorrow morning so we can get a coffee enema in before breakfast. We think it will start our day off feeling ...
... and inquired how we were doing and if we were going to make our 5:00 AM departure. We chatted for a few minutes, then I finished loading our luggage and other sundry items (snacks, coolers, etc.) into the truck and trailer. By 5:22 AM, we were pulling out of our driveway, and headed off on our adventure.
Las Vegas rush hour traffic was just starting to pick up as we headed off. The morning sun ...
... highway to Reno, turning off at Lake Tahoe South (we've been here before and there is a huge RV park opposite the lake but while it's pretty, it is way too busy for this black duck). Dropped down the eastern side of the ranges through an impressive set of switchbacks and meeting with the 395 at Gardnerville, well south of Carson City.
The 395 is a very pleasant drive and is a great option for those cruising north of LA to Reno or Sacramento (or heading south). ...