When most people think of the USA's quintessential desert state, Las Vegas springs immediately to mind, but Reno and Laughlin offer great gambling too; other highlights include Hoover Dam, Indian reservations, and Lake Mead.
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  • After a few months of lockdown, what I really wanted was to have a beer at the edge of Lake Tahoe. Find out how I made that happen today at The World on Wheels.
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    Having a Beer in Lake Tahoe
    After two months of lockdown in 2020, California gradually started to reopen and loosen it's Shelter in Place (SIP) order. First, some parks...
  • It was a much nicer and relaxing time in Virginia City this time than the last time we went. Checking out the old mining town, today at The World on Wheels.
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    A Relaxing Day in the Comstock Lode: Virginia City, Nevada
    The last day of our Nevada getaway is being spent in the old west mining town of Virginia City. Relegated to ghost town status in the 1930's...
  • Today, we get up close and personal with some of the best of Nevada's history as we walk the Kit Carson Trail in the capital city named after him. It's all new today at The World on Wheels.
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    Up Close and Personal With Nevada History: The Kit Carson Trail
    I like to walk. In fact, I do several miles a day. It's also a very accessible activity to do for wheelchair users while on vacation and we'...
  • We're all vaccinated and immunized. It's time for our first trip of this new era. We're climbing over the Sierra's and stopping off in Nevada's oldest town as we start this new trip to Carson City at The World on Wheels.
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    Going Back Over the Mountain to Carson City
    In 1844, the expedition led by John Fremont were camped out in Carson Valley (south of modern day Carson City) in Nevada waiting to cross th...
  • It's a blustery day in Northern Nevada at The World on Wheels continues our adventure. Outdoor activities are virtually scrubbed, so we spend some time in the Nevada State Museum in Carson City, instead.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • Norther Nevada where the men are men, the drinks are strong, and The World on Wheelscrawls.
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  • Hitch up the wagons, Hoss...we're going for provisions. At The World on Wheels, we channel our inner Cartwrights to head to Carson City for a shopping trip. Ostensibly, that's the reason. Really, it's just an excuse for a getaway.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • Yes, The World on Wheels is a family friendly site despite the fact that today's all-new report includes a stop at an honest-to-goodness brothel. We're in Reno, Carson City, and Virginia City, Nevada complete with video!
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • On the concluding chapter of our Laughlin report at The World on Wheels, we hit the river and get a cameo from a Country Music Hall of Fame member. It's Laughlin, Nevada.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • All this summer heat makes the crew at The World on Wheels want to hit the river. Come along with us to the Colorado River on the Nevada/Arizona border. It's hot in Laughlin.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
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