Donner Lake Inn Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... they watch you VERY closely.
But I deliberately dress up differently than their "be on the look out for" types.
I dress like and act like a frumpy hick. I don't lay it on to thick, just enough to pull it off without having to think about it too much. And if I start winning big, I always back off before attracting too much attention. Maybe loose a couple of hands or just leave.
It's always good to be smart in ...
... a beer or two more at Mellow Fellow, the premiere craft beer bar in Truckee. I say that with only a bit a sarcasm as it is one of the only bars in Truckee with more than a couple of crafts on tap but does have a pretty incredible list of one offs, hard to finds and local staples. We enjoyed the next couple of hours drinking great beer, listening to live tunes, playing trivia and having some more good laughs. We finished the night with some star ...
... buildings all alone. his name was Max and he was 4 years old. It took about 40 minute before I realized that I needed more help to find his parents, so we set off to find a police officer. By chance his mother was talking with the officer as we walked up to them. She was very relived that he was found.
... of course beer. We have been staying in the guys’ driveway with the Scamp but are unsure if we will stay here or move to a RV park down the street for the rest of the summer. We have our fingers crossed to stay here. With the beautiful weather every day, gorgeous beaches, The Lake, cool disc golf courses, a multitude of outdoor activities, the great people we have met and of course Mike it was an easy decision to stay and we are loving it here.
... some cool endless fields that were reserved for turkey hunting. I pulled over and let my Jeep rest while SHima ran around for a while.
After this we had to start entering the foothills. It was so pretty. The color changes and contrasts grabbed my attention. As did my temp gauge on my Jeep. We would hit stretches of ups n down and that worked...but then we hit a stretch of nonstop ups...andf eventually we had to stop and let ...