You rarely even see an alphorn, much less hear them played. And more rarely still do you have a chance to play one yourself. Head over to our new blog post to find our how to toot one yourself in the Sierra Nevada "Alps".
https://youtu.be/RDkiePf44LY A short video of our friendly "neigh"bors in Silver Springs, NV Do rocks talk? Yes, but the problem is nobody knows exactly what they're saying. Petroglyphs, left by Native Americans many centuries ago, are etchings on rock that seem to be conveying some kind of important message for future generations. Unfortunately, they forgot to … Continue reading Wild Horses and Talking Rocks
We've been holed up in Nevada, mostly in the Reno area, waiting out the pandemic. And waiting, and waiting. But even while a lot of businesses are closed, including our own, we've avoided going stir crazy by getting out to do some social-distancing hiking and exploring in the great outdoors. Who Dat? Right in Reno, … Continue reading Getting Out in the Reno Area
https://youtu.be/kPVr6dRuEbU 396 mile drive across NV in 3 minutes. Click to watch and be sure to subscribe. It's time for our annual drive east across the continent. But this time we're taking more time and maybe a few more detours along the way. We left from Reno, NV., and this week we made our way … Continue reading Highway 80 Nevada
This week, we put ourselves through the rigors of what we called “circus camp” – an intensive week-long series of classes in a variety of physical disciplines. Being in Reno for our annual month (more or less) of putting a new production together, we couldn't resist taking advantage of the introductory special of a week … Continue reading Circus Camp at Acro Enso
A limerick about the biggest little city.