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... around) it is a stunner.
It is at altitude so when we went for a walk Sunday morning you lost your breath very easily.
We walked along the beach front and in the pines, then travelled by car to Emerald Bay for spectacular views.
California is one place that I want to explore in fine detail. It is so different from the rest of the US, and I really, truly love it here.
... arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">At lunch time we packed up our things and took the RV up the east side of Lake Tahoe. Along the way we found a cute little market where Andrew found himself a belt buckle knife and I think he now thinks of himself as a real red neck! I chose myself a pretty little necklace with a snow flake. Boys and their toys!
... aren't as interesting. This morning Aimee and I rented a jetski, and while I had some doubts, I am so glad I did it now. It was a ton of fun, and we got to see some great views of the lake and mountains. I was very happy today. And now we're in San Francisco in a hotel cleaning off 4 nights worth of camping. It is Saturday so we're going to attempt to stay awake tonight and go downtown. Hopefully I don't fall asleep in a bar.. We'll ...
... but lots of staff watching for idiots and small queues at lifts made for a great day! It did get very windy at the end so Riley and I went back down the aerial Tram rather than the dodgy ride down the chairlift which even Gary said was pretty hairy! The boys loved the website that you can log into and it comes up with the lifts you went on, acheivements and the photos that we had taken on the skiifield.
The intention was to ski again on Sunday, we got there and ...
... Emerald Bay provided the setting for one of the first summer homes at Lake Tahoe. In 1863 Ben Holladay, stagecoach magnet and early day transportation king pre-empted land in Emerald Bay and built a summer home. In 1884 a Dr. Kirby bought 500 acres in the Bay and built a resort. A portion of the Kirby land was sold to the William Henry Armstrong family in 1895. Mrs. Knight purchased the land from the Armstrongs in 1928. Mrs. Knight's land included the ...