richard1941 at gmail.com
Tue May 6 19:38:05 MDT 2014
Make sure you ask for a tour of Groom Lake Area 51! It is totally awesome,
with a several captured UFO's and their crews, and with actual remote
combat operations over Afghanistan by drones.
Also, the city of Tonopah is interesting: a city in ruins, once a
prosperous high-technology center that was full of engineers and
physicists. The industrial base vanished when nuclear weapon testing was
stopped. Of course, nuclear weapons are still tested, but those tests are
at a lower level than total detonation. A base in the middle of nowhere is
no longer required.
No, I don't know if the flying saucer crews speak German.
On Sat, May 3, 2014 at 1:56 PM, Günter Schink <web at 4schink.de> wrote:
> The Hyatt looks like a nice place. And at Reno I could finish a nice tour.
> Am 02.05.2014 21:29, schrieb Ramsey David:
>> FWIW, the Hyatt would like to know in the relatively near future.
>> September is quite the busy time for Reno, filled with various
>> car/motorcycle shows, hunting conventions, and other stuff; they will
>> not hold the quote indefinitely.
>> The first time I tried to get quotes a few years ago I waited until
>> June, and there was /nothing/ available in September…
>> — David
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