This is a quick blog entry with just a few pictures from a short trip to Reno, NV. I'm not a gambler, so I visited several museums in the area and had a great time. Here are a few pics appropriate to this site from the National Automobile Museum (highly recommended if you like cars). They had tons of cars, all drool-worthy. But here are a few of the TV-based pieces they had.
I had to pleasure of visiting Disneyland / California Adventure while visiting one of my kids. I thought I'd share a few notes, especially on the newer rides.
One thing to keep in mind when planning your visit is that you'll need to make reservations at the park of your choice in advance. You don't just need a ticket, but also that reservation. They are limiting how many guests are allowed in each day, and I think that's a really good thing. Pre-planning is necessary.
Q: What is the most popular tourist attraction in the entire state of Oregon?
A: Amongst many natural wonders in the state, Multnomah Falls is the winner
My wife and I left our home early this morning to beat the crowds and visit the falls. It's about 50 miles east of Portland...about an hour away down the scenic Columbia River Gorge. The Gorge was created in one of the last ice ages 10,000 years ago by the tremendous water flows of the Missoula floods. The falls are 620 feet tall wi