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On arrival we were met by Julian who we know from Cape Town and his lovely wife Andrea, who we had not met before. They had prepared a delicious Mexican dish for dinner and we had a great evening chatting and catching up. The girls were in their element, as they got to watch some TV (some movies they had not seen before) as we do not have a TV in the RV, they were glued for over an hour.
... purely to see what a University town/campus looks like. Unfortunately we opted to eat our breakfast in the wrong end of town because we hadn’t set up a proper stopping point in the sat nav. The food was fine but we lost our map of the USA in there which we were gutted about, it had been handy in stressing us out whilst driving as we used it to second guess the sat nav all the time.
We had given up seeing the Uni but by chance we drove through ...
... s economy. Reno grew and prospered becoming the principal settlement on the transcontinental railroad between Sacramento and Salt Lake City.
Early in the 20th century silver mining boom wained. Reno city survived, unlike former mining metropolises such as Virginia City which stood as little more than ghost towns. In 1931 open gambling was legalized and divorce laws were relaxed. Reno became a very popular place to obtain a divorce. Ernie ...
... fishing in the river.
We are stopped several times for construction and on a road like this, the stops are long. Sometimes we even turn off engines and are then lead through the area by ...
... grade. The RV began missing and running rough, and Bob was seriously considering whether we should go back to Boise. When he mentioned something about it seemed like it might be an electrical problem, I asked him what would happen if we turned on the generator. He tried that and the RV responded much better. It did not miss as much--only if we were in a steep grade and he hadn't geared down enough--so we opted to head on toward Winnemucca. ...
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