NevadaGram #40 – December 2004 Merry Christmas

Season's Greetings from The Nevada Travel Network and the Ghost Train of Old Ely!
Mark Twain Stays Home

NevadaGram #39 – Stayed Home

Getting ready for winter, going nowhere until the firewood is stacked.

NevadaGram #38 – Virginia City Revisited

A new look at Virginia City reveals major changes brewing up in the old metropolis on the east side of Sun Mountain. Not only have property values quadrupled in the last year, Virginia City...

NevadaGram #37 – Virginia City, Rawhide, Las Vegas, Carson Valley, Ione, Ely and Topaz...

It must have been the rumble of Harleys that woke me up to the fact that things are changing in Virginia City. Landrum's, the locally famous diner on Reno's South Virginia Street (since 1947),...

NevadaGram #36 – The Earth is Round, and there are Four Nevada’s

Attend the Beatty Centennial Celebration throughout the month of October and into November. New Edition now Available You can buy your book orders online for Personal copies and gifts or for Resale. At Wendover you can see...

NevadaGram #35 – Exploring The Ruins of Troy

We celebrated Labor Day weekend by traveling to Troy. Not the one in Asia Minor with the big troublemaker named Helen, the other one, up a narrow canyon that spills out of the Grant...

NevadaGram #34 – All about Nevada

If you have visited our home page lately, you may have clicked the link to Edna Purviance, Nevada's Forgotten Movie Star. For a long time I thought Pansilee Larson and I were the only...

NevadaGram #33 – 1400 miles through the sagebrush, Part Two

It's been a while since I returned home from a 9-day, 1400-mile trip through the sagebrush but I'm still enjoying it. Here are some highlights from the second half of the trip, from Pioche...

NevadaGram #32 – 1400 miles through the sagebrush, part one

I'm still unpacking from a 9-day, 1400-mile trip through the sagebrush. Some highlights: In Hawthorne people were already buying red, white and blue petunias to plant in their gardens for the Armed Forces Day celebration,...

NevadaGram #31 – Jazz, Railroads, Dude Ranches, the Mary Jane Sisters in Eureka and...

No sooner do the first wildflowers of spring begin to paint the mountainsides than Jazz music fills the air around Nevada. A consortium of Las Vegas investors has bought Tonopah's historic Mizpah Hotel and announced...
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