Hania's Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... the scenery. It's really pretty although apparently the least pretty
part of the lake. We'll head further round it tomorrow.
Then onto Virginia City. Over 300
million dollars worth of gold was taken out of this area in the late
1800's, in todays terms that's trillions. It's a living town so the
shops and saloons (with great names like Bucket of Blood) still function but it is set up for tourists. We
arrive mid to late afternoon so didn't have much time ...
... a hike that started at DL Bliss State Park and followed the shoreline about four miles down to Vikingsholm at the base of Emerald Bay. Parking was full at DL Bliss, the Spoons and I had to move a small log to fit but we got in and and hit the trail around noon. It was a beautiful day for a hike and the trail had amazing views of The Lake. We got to Vikingsholm, ate a quick lunch, enjoyed the sun for a minute and then made the trek back to DL ...
... like a small log cabin. There was not much more than a few tanks and a cash register inside but there was a really sweet patio setup with a sprawling view of the surround forest. They even had their own nine hole disc golf course. Mike, Coop and I played the nine as Kaitlyn crocheted. The beers were pretty good, all of them were hop forward, even the blond and red.
The next few days we spent checking out Truckee/Tahoe. This included a couple ...
... He was raised in Oklahoma the second of 5 siblings, in a 2 room log house [ not bedrooms, 2 rooms ] with little or nothing, although he will tell you they were never hungry. His father died in the electric chair when he was 3, and he's been a survivor ever since. Hunting and fishing have been his life, and he often would have someone drop him off alone in some wilderness - " I'll be back in a week or two ". The family emigrated to Market ...
... the hill” to home). It was wonderfully quiet, outside of the wind moving through the needles high in the pines (which also, and unfortunately dislodged pine pollen ((my new found enemy)). Outside of some periodic complaining, the kids had a nice time and we enjoyed the great outdoors and made if home in time to head out for some horse back riding.
Our ride last year in Durango, Colorado was epic...ranking at ...