It was just one month ago that we crossed back into the US. Seems much longer than that. Guess that is because we've had so much going on since we've been home. Mostly the mouse problem. I am happy to say that we have not seen any new signs of mice for about a week. Thank goodness. Either they found another place or ate some of the poison and expired. As long as they stay away I'm happy. We've also had our first vaccine shot, second one next week. Met our new doctor and had lab work done - goody goody. Broke and repaired my sewing machine. Had a screw removed from Mustangs tire and fixed. Got a new router for our Internet. And a few other things that are not worth mentioning. But been busy. Also having problems with our mail again. Somehow it started to get forwarded to where it goes when we are gone again. More calls to PO. Supposed to be taken care of today. Hope so.
So between the doctor and the sewing machine we've been on the other side of town a couple of times.
Forgot what Vegas looks like ...There are a lot more tourists on the Strip then the last time we went by it.
Love the mural on this buildings mural. It goes around all four sides. The building itself well...it is an adult toy store.
So driving down Industrial St on our way to the sewing machine repair place. Interesting drive.
We got home just in time to see the Saint Patrick's day golf cart parade. They also had a Pot of Gold hunt and an Irish food truck. But we missed that.
Another day. Back to the other side of town. Mount Charleston with its snowy cap. Yesterday it got even more snow. And we got a little rain. And still cold and windy.
Driving back down Industrial on way to pick up sewing machine. Large Adirondack Chair.
Want to rent and drive an exotic car? This is the place.
Illuminated arches that are 80-feet-tall now form a gateway to downtown Las Vegas. They are located on Las Vegas Boulevard between St. Louis and Bob Stupak avenues at the base of The STRAT Hotel, Casino & SkyPod. Now, visitors have another #OnlyVegas experience to enjoy while visiting.
A better look at the showgirls. Circus Circus in the background.
The rather underwhelming arch. Maybe once all the construction is done it will look better. Once through the arch going south you are out of the City of Las Vegas.