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In a 24/7 town like Las Vegas, lounges provide necessary catch-your-breath moments. Maybe you want a place for a quiet drink or chat. Or maybe you’re just walking by and the haunting strains of “Summer Wind” snag you. That kind of scenario makes the Galleria Bar in Caesars Palace, Luxor’s Aurora, and Peppermill Fireside Lounge the quintessential modern Vegas lounges.
Nevada’s saddle makers come in all shapes and sizes, ages and ability, but two from Elko County—with backlogs of orders—stand out. Eddie Brooks, 75, and John Wright, 26, may be separated in age by a half-century, but they are connected through a mutual artistic talent that stands the test of time. Not to be outdone, Fallon’s Bud Openshaw caters his business to the Nevada buckaroo.
There is something comforting, even reassuring, about the smooth slick of a knitting needle and the feel of wool as you wrap it around polished wood. Time slows, muscles relax. As the soothing rhythm of knit, purl, and every combination thereof has fueled a renaissance of knitting across the country, Nevada has come into its own as a knitter’s destination.
Roughing it is that much more fun when you pack the latest high-tech toys. When in the field this fall, you’ll find these cutting-edge gadgets will keep you on track, UV free, and hydrated.
Clubbing attire takes on a whole new meaning when the fun is moved poolside. We’re talking shorts, swimsuits, and slinky summer outfits that reveal plenty of skin—from head to toe. Instead of fretting over every little flaw of that beautiful birthday suit, relax. In fact, go to a spa where salon services include everything from spray-on tans to hair extensions and pampering treatments such as body scrubs.
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