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As I told you yesterday, we went to sleep last night with the windows open in the RV since it was so nice and cool. Big mistake! It was only 33 degrees this morning and we were freezing. Even our dog was cold; she was all curled up as tight as she could be and when I threw a blanket on her she didn't move. Fortunately we were able to turn our heat on using our propane, so we survived our first night of dry camping. We also didn’t see any bears.
... class vibe in most of the towns.
We stayed for a week in South Lake Tahoe at the Campground on the Lake, which is right on the lake!! Awesome location. We walked across the street to the free festivals on the beach and took our scooter for a short ride (couple miles) to State Line, Nevada, where the casinos are front and center. The casinos offer some top notch entertainment. ...
... in fields of snow. This is putting a huge damper on our miles. As if climbing mountain passes at 10k+ feet elevation wasn't hard enough. 10 miles out here feels like 20 in the desert. We spoke with veteran PCTers and they said that they have never seen this much snow up here this late in the year and that any other summer two mountain passes a day was completely feasible. Unfortunately now it is flat out too dangerous to attempt two. Mountain passes this time of year are notorious for the ...
Greg and Mark where up early to go fishing on a charter boat (38ft) in Lake Tahoe. They came home with a few fish but nothing of any size. Greg said if was like catching garfish.
It was rather windy today too, so would have been a bit lumpy on the water.
I slept in after waking early and reading for a couple of hours. Sorted some more photos.
Did some shopping to replenish supplies before heading off ...
... The meeting rooms for the assembly and senate are now used for meetings and a museum. In fact there isn’t much of the original building remaining. In 1970, restoration began of the capital building to make it fireproof and earthquake proof. To do that, they made a note of the items to save (marble, light fixtures, etc.) and then completely gutted the building out to the original outer walls. Nothing was left. So it’s ...