Tahoe House Hotel
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... Merced River, deep in a canyon, for over an hour. The scenery was spectacular. The hills were yellow with rock faces poking out of them and the roads in places were lined with trees…soft wood and hard wood…at times creating a canopy over the road, shielding us from the early morning sun. In places there were huge rocks hanging over the road, balanced precariously on ledges, threatening to fall but still secure in ...
... It's of wooden frame structure and quite attractive. The workmen were reinforcing the bracing ribs of the roof, looking much like the interior of a sailing ship.
Next we went to St. Mary's of the Mountain Catholic Church, hoping to find some evidence of Timothy O'Keefe's presence in the town. Lynn visited for quite a time with the "curator," but found that they kept no records of the time period that Tim lived and worked here. There ...
... west shootout show and shopped the entire street of old west souvenir and western outfitter shops. Check out the wooden boardwalk. It's almost as old as the buildings if not as old as.
We met a new little friend as we drove "up" to Virginia City. He was just a baby but had very pretty markings. He wasn't afraid of us at all and let us take ...
... if they so desired. When we arrived here it looked like it was going to rain so we decided since it didn't start yet we better scurry on back to the hotel. We went to the saloon for a drink and snack and we also wanted to say good-bye to Karen, our reservationist, hotel clerk and bartender. What a great lady. Karen is one of the main reasons why it was so nice to stay here, she already knew us by name and made us feel ...
... ride that had us all smiling from ear to ear.
They whole town was awesome. The stores still had the old facade and even the walkways were still old wooden planks. Local folks told us that many of the locals still carry handguns on their belts. We didnt see any of this but we were very polite to the locals none the less (: