When we talk about the National Finals Rodeo coming to Las Vegas, some people think it's just about the cowboys, country music, and 10 nights of rodeo. True, but there is so much more to this event. Like shopping. Serious shopping. Almost 700,000 square feet of … [Read more...] about Shopping is an event at the NFR!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEuRJgTkyFQ It's been eight years that Las Vegas has played host to the NASCAR Awards Celebration. ( now called NASCAR Sprint Cup Champions Week) Originally held in New York City. Each year, the event on the fan side gets smaller and smaller. But … [Read more...] about 2016 NASCAR Las Vegas Burnouts | Video
One of the attractions for tourists as well as locals at Lake Mead is the historic railroad tunnels. These old tunnels will be closed part-time for the next few months so the National Park Services can patch and improve the surfaces of these trails. Also closing part time for … [Read more...] about Railroad Tunnels to Temporarily Close
Out in the middle of the desert, ten miles from Sloan, Nevada and just about the same from the "Welcome to Las Vegas Sign" stands seven pillars of DayGlo-painted rocks stacked on top of each other. The Seven Magic Mountains called our name. Within the Ivanpah Valley adjacent to … [Read more...] about Visiting the Seven Magic Mountains. Painted rocks in the desert
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R_Ojb7_UPQE How time flies! It's been almost a year since we last stepped into the historic Riviera Casino Resort to say our Good Bye's. Once closed, it followed a Las Vegas tradition of being brought back to life momentarily to be used for a … [Read more...] about The Riviera Demolition Begins