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January/February 2015

A hearty dose of Central Nevada is good for the soulFor our latest adventure, Associate Editor Eric Cachinero and I chose another ambitious trip. Last September, we wrote about our trip to Nevada’s remote northwest corner, so this time we decide to venture inward and drive 1,200 miles around the state’s south central portion, with the optimistically named Extraterrestrial Highway as our center point.

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Whitney Peak Hotel

January/February 2015

Smoke-filled casino floors; been there. The familiar chiming of slot machines; done that. Downtown Reno is ready for new life. The Biggest Little City needs a breath of fresh air, and Whitney Peak Hotel is answering that call. As Reno’s only luxury, boutique, non-smoking, non-gaming hotel, Whitney Peak caters to those with active lifestyles searching for exceptional food, fun, and fervor.

 

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Wild Nevada

Teaser-BeauRogersMay/June 2014

One of the most magnificent features of Nevada is our great outdoors. Whether you’re reeling in a rainbow trout as the sun fades behind the majestic Lamoille Canyon walls or conquering the frost-tipped Arc Dome peak, Nevada is brimming with wilderness that is waiting to be explored.

 

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Icons of Nevada

welcome-to-lasvegas-nevada-sign-teaserJanuary/February 2014

From the bighorn sheep to downtown Reno’s famous “The Biggest Little City in the World” signs, these symbols have become synonymous with the Silver State.

 

 

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From Dust to Doré

ComstockMining-teaserNovember/December 2013

The thunderous crack of massive colliding stones fills my ears as I stand on the observation platform of Coeur Rochester, Inc.’s rock crusher. Awestruck by the colossal machinery surrounding me, I am overcome by the illusion that the advancing conveyor belt wielding a blend of loose soil and half-ton boulders is ready to crush me where I stand.

 

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