A few picture tales about Falling Tears: No tears fell. (...That I know of!)
We had a view of the Washoe Valley and Washoe Lake from our campground:
Signs said "Beware of Bears" and it got windy and cooler. So, we kept our tow vehicles close and our trailers closer and stayed safe and warmed ourselves with friendships, behind all those vehicles! Here is a picture of the vehicles, huddled at the one end of the campground circle:
and at the other end of the campground circle:
At night, we gathered around propane fire pits. (There were many people taking pictures of this; so, I didn't.)
On Saturday, even though rain clouds were threatening:
We hiked to the pond, taking one wrong turn; back-tracking, and getting there just as the sprinkles started to fall. (Maybe those were the falling tears!):
As the rain began to fall more earnestly, we high-tailed it home, via the campground road:
...My pictures just gave you a peek of the sights. Every time I gathered with people, I got involved in conversations and forgot to take photos!
More pictures will come from others, I'm certain. There were some very good shots taken by some folks.
Thanks, again, to Johnny and Terry for hosting such a wonderful gathering and making us all feel at home with your warm smiles and friendly, caring ways.