Downtown Virginia City, which had a population of over 10,000 when the silver mines were in full swing.

It was windy and cold with a little blowing snow while we were there.  Bill was dressed for the weather. The Western Historic Radio Museum with Henry, who's the curator and a ham radio operator, WA7YBS A boot used for decoration at the Bonanza Cafe where we had lunch Leaving town we ran into a little snow.
The snow cleared and the sun came out as we drove down the mountain. Interesting rock formation seen along the highway We're back in Reno Saturday, April 3 - We head south from Reno on U.S. 395 We notice a big ring around the Sun, caused by ice crystals within thin cirrus clouds

In Search of Wildflowers and Poppies, 2010

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