Tahoma Meadows B&B Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... does not last as long as expected, and so in the afternoon when the sun comes out I go on a short but steep hike up to the top of the nearby Bláhnjúkur peak, which rises to 940 metres. Its an easy trail to follow and I get to the top in about an hour. The view is tremendous, over many multi-coloured hills and mountains, along valleys and to distant glaciers. So many colours are visible - reds, oranges, yellows, purples and blues. Its a ...
Past Sacramento we began the gentle ascent up into the Sierra Nevada mountains. Shortly after we past Auburn we climbed to 1,000 ft above sea level. The scenery suddenly changed from the parched Central Valley to a seemingly endless expanse of alpine forests. We carried on along the picturesque long ascent up and over the 7,000 ft Donner pass - surely one of the most pleasant drives in America. It's ...
... agility of the cheetahs is easily seen as they chase the lure. When the trainer is asked how safe it is for him to be with the cheetahs he explains that cheetahs are built for speed and not strength and therefore would not likely attack anyone but rather run and ...
... at this gas station AP says that he wants me to look at something. He had just been squeezing his arm again and something was showing out. Some 'solidified puss' he reckoned. So he showed me. Hmm definitely looks more like a little tail... When he squeezed it the white tail like thing would poke out his arm, but as he let go it retracted back into his arm again. He needed help. So while he squeezed it I tried to grab the white thing with a tissue and gave it a little ...
Everything is hard above 6500 ft.! Eating is hard, couldn't stomach oatmeal today. Sleeping is hard, I had a wonderful studio condo at Kirkwood (7800 ft.) last night and I still couldn't get a decent nights sleep. Most of all peddling a bike up multiple mountain passes is ***********'t mean to be a complainer, after all my wonderful wife and children let their "Pops" check out for 3-4 weeks to pedal his bike around ...