These are some wild horses along the road side.
As we got closer to Virginia City there were lots of remains of old mining areas and buildings. It looked to be a fun place to visit. We also noticed that there were lots and lots and I means lots of motorcycles on the road.
This picture does not adequately document what was going on in this town. As we attempted to drive through town there were hundreds and hundreds of motorcycles and riders lining the streets. It was so bad we barely made it through the main street. They were EVERYWHERE. They were along the main street, on the side walks, in the middle of the street as far as you could see. It was apparent that we could not stop here. There was no where within sight to park and the motorcycles and riders had consumed the entire town to the point that there was no where we could eat, visit or shop without having to deal with them. We just decided to keep going and headed for Reno. We were so disappointed. There looked to be a lot of nice places we could have visited here. A neat old western town. Maybe another time.
We drove on to Reno in hopes to see the OLD Downtown Reno with the famous sign over hanging the street. But, alas it was not to be either. We could see it in the distance, but road construction prevented us from getting through. DRATS!!! We're batting zero today.
Tomorrow, one more day on Lake Tahoe.