Emerald Bay Campground
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- I woke up at 10am
- I had breakfast at a local coffee shop
- I left Tahoe at 12pm
- I first stopped at a gas station and got gas and then I started on my way back to Sacramento
- It took me 2 1/2 hours and it was 121 miles and then I was home! ...
... cool in the temperature sense but as we came down by the lake it warmed up and we could spend the rest of the day driving with the roof down at around 50mph, anything faster and it’s too noisy/windy.
Our first stop was at a small beach by the lake were we laid down for a bit the water wasn’t really deep enough here to go in and the sand wasn’t so nice so we moved on after about 45 min. We nipped to a shop and picked ...
... first stop once we reached Tahoe...the Tahoe Gal. We were originally scheduled to take a guided tour aboard this paddle boat as part of our "Being There" experience for the conference. However, we noticed that the experience had changed and we still wanted to cruise the waters of Lake Tahoe, so we booked our own tour. The water was so clear - it was unbelievable! We really enjoyed ...
... really hard – we were getting a little worried. But we had chains right!
Out of Bishop the roads got twistier and the elevation rose and it snowed. No wind so it was magical. We stopped for a bit on the deserted road and just wandered in the snowfall.
The last stage of the trip was through some amazing farmland and fabulous homes in Garnerville. Somewhere along this leg we had drifted from California back ...
As Dorothy so famously said in the Wizard of Oz, "...Oh Auntie Em, there's no place like home..."
A year ago today, July 4th, 2012, 3bybike gathered with friends and family in a rooftop garden at the Pod Hotel in New York City to watch the 4th of July fireworks. Though we couldn't actually see the pyrotechnics from our rooftop, we marveled at their glow and reflection on the skyscrapers high above us. I remember trying to stay in the moment and just enjoy the wine, the ...