First of all, we learned that the Sierra Nevada Range dominates all of Carson City and Carson Valley.
You've read about our new great grandson Mason. (See We Meet Mason).
You've read about the big Mothers' Day pedicure. See 2013 Mothers Day Weekend.
What else have we been doing? Well, we've had a LOT of family time, for sure, and that's wonderful. We even did a little sightseeing with daughter Deb. This is the Comstock gold mining area around Carson City, so we visited the heart of it all, Virginia City. Lunch at Bonanza Cafe, where we got a patio table overlooking some nice scenery. See Comstock.
Walked along the main street of town, saw the sights.
A couple of weeks ago we celebrated my 75th birthday (More pictures at Old Man 75.)
In the evening, I prepared an old favorite: Steak Diane. Because of the flaming process, Suzy insisted I do the deed outside, on our Coleman stove. Worked out fine, and paired with Suzy's famous spinach salad with feta cheese, we had a feast!
Next day, we celebrated again with the family. My cake said I was 57 (which is close to how I really feel anyway); one of my gifts was a frog for our garden, and Son-in-law Shawn had prepared a massive prime rib roast, his specialty. A big day for sure.
We've since left Carson City, crossed two state lines, and set ourselves up in four RV parks. But this post is long enough as it is. We'll leave something to be talked about in another post about ... Our Life on Wheels.