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... tuning our pack lists and checking for weight vs. necessity. The weather here in Tahoe has not been conducive to riding/training in the last two weeks but as the title says: we have " lots of time". Looking forward to meeting Maureen. Dick says great things about her and on the phone she sounds both competent and ...
... We probably came here at the only quiet weekend of the year and that is the way I wanted it. It was not too crazy. The ski season has not picked up yet, but probably will next week. There is a gondola that goes up the mountain and there was snow on the top of the mountain, but not enough to ski on. We checked into the hotel, had a few drinks in the room while watching the Seahawks game. It is rare to have football on Thursday nights, but for this ...
So I asked for advice from my facebook friends as to whether it'd be worth my time to drive to Lake Tahoe being as it was only 3 hours away and got a resounding YES!!! so I decided should come here and it really is magnificent. I had no idea. I would so take my family on a vacation here. The lake is incredibly beautiful and it looks so fresh like I want to drink right out of it.
I read up on ...
"when walking in the woods, one always finds more then they are looking for" -John Muir
I've decided to resurrect the blog so soon because I've found myself in a tent, in the woods along side a trail once again. Though this time it's only for a weekend I'm still sure there will be things to write about.
First off let me start by saying that my life has been going great so far in the Reno Nevada area. I've been working for the Nevada conservation corps for 3 weeks, and ...
... long as you are not afraid of heights.
7. Proper footwear (hikers and water sandals) is a necessity in this part of the world. Sneakers and flip flops will make for sore legs and blisters.
8. When traveling with four teens/pre-teens, plan to eat at least every hour - kids are constantly hungry, especially when they are constantly active.
9. Bea is fine with driving on mountainous roads, as long as she is driving on the ...