Tahoe Mountain Resorts Lodging Great Bear Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... during the winter season but also boasts year round hiking and biking trails.
It was also the perfect setting for a very special occasion being celebrated that day - Carol and Graham's 45th Wedding Anniversary!!!
And so we were all pleasantly surprised when we arrived at our wooden hotel that it had the word ‘spa’ in the title! SPA?! I thought we were backpacking?! Oh ...
... pizza/burgers, we headed back to the campsite with just the three of us for some star gazing and an early night. The next morning, it was time to pack up the site and bid farewell to Truckee before heading to San Francisco…
We will miss our friend Sinclair dearly. I’m having a hard time not texting him constantly. It was great living with him for two months - memories we will always laugh and roll our eyes about. We ...
06/02: Truckee Style
We headed to Tahoe (Mike actually lives in Truckee just outside Tahoe City) excited to see Mike and set aside a full week to just hangout. The drive around Lake Tahoe was beautiful, especially the view of Emerald Bay with it’s emerald (of course) water shimmering in the mid day sunlight. We rolled up to Mike’s place late afternoon, meet his two roommates (Jeff and Cooper), got the Scamp setup and proceeded to ...
... the Dean organising it concept didn't last long, ha ha. Dean, myself and Reuben & Jasper left the venue on the 11pm shuttle, Sean stayed on. What happened after stays on the mountain but it got a bit messy and so did Ciaran...that's all I'll say in writing. Except Sean had to walk the half an hour from The Village to our lodging in pitch black at 3am ish, and was very vigilant about bears! That would have sobered him ...
... us about 5 hours to get home. But no one wants to go home just yet. There are certainly more things to see, more places to explore. Still going home is inevitable but not entirely welcome as far as this Lovebird is concerned.
Personally, I can hardly remember my other cage. It was so big and spacious compared to my compact "Vacation" cage (which is actually a Hamster cage – how degrading). I don’t know how I ...