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Hanging out by the River near Verdi, NV
Nevada

Stopping by Verdi for a quick break on the way to Pyramid Lake.  We found a nice little park with river access to get our feet wet and enjoy a warm afternoon.  The park abuts land that used to occupy a posh resort in the 1920s.  The resort is long gone and the ambiance has become rather more bucolic, except for the houses abutting the river on the other site.

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Uppladdad: 22/05/2012
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Tags: verdi; nevada; truckee river; river; glare
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