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Wednesday came and it was time to go home after seven weeks away. We had a mid afternoon flight so we did not have to rush. We had three suitcases and we knew we would have to pay for one. We also knew that at least one of them would be overweight. We were charged $35 for the extra bag. When attendant weighed the bags the 1st two came in at 49 ...
Handling the purchase of a home from afar is not for the feint of heart. All escrow and lender proceedings were handled by email and by telephone. That turned out to be the easy part. The utilities had to be turned on, the cable TV installed in the right places, internet and telephone services installed. Jil also wanted new carpeting to replace the old. That required a 570 mile trip to Reno. Jil took on the daunting task of ...
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not about how many breathes you take, but how many take your breath
cook-off was huge, over 6 days they have over ½ million visitors and
it's their 25th year. Afterwards we went back to Reno we
walked the very small main street. We took a few photos of the main
sign and headed back to the hotel.
... for me - absolutely fabulous! Nancy and I went swimming at the pool - beautiful facility. We chatted and swam for about an hour. Then we got ready for our "surprise" - drove to a place called "MiScenarios". It was a digital shooting range - quite a surprise for Beck and me! We took turns shooting CO2 cartridge guns at various scenarios - can't say it was "fun" but was definitely interesting. Good practice ...
... br> Our route today took us from Reno, through Susanville, CA (395), picked up 139 at Susanville and followed it to Klamath Falls, Oregon. From Klamath Falls, we traveled north on 97 and then picked up 62 to Fort Klamath. We are at Crater Lake Resort tonight.
I was pleased with the terrain through which we traveled today. I had expected it to be more barren and was pleasantly surprised to ...