Tahoe Mountain Resorts Lodging Great Bear Lodge
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... we’d stick it out. As the sky grew darker, we realized that was foolish and quickly packed up. Within minutes of reaching the car, it was downpouring with no signs of letting up.
We headed back to Truckee, where the skies were blue, and set up our campsite at Donner Lake. We realized with the Spoons that it was the ideal site, and were pumped to be in the same spot. After a quick setup, we headed to Mellow Fellow for ...
... and I said our goodbyes and then Jeff and I headed back to Truckee. As has been the case when anyone from home has come to visit, the rest of the day was overcast with sorrow. We had so much fun while the Spoons were here. We filled every day with as much as we could and their visit went by in a blur. We are so incredibly happy that they were able to make it out here together and we will always remember the good times and great laughs we shared in Truckee.
... lift. After the ceremony we all repaired to the dinner venue, also at the plateau at the top of the gondola. dinner was really nicely done, entree was a lovely salad with pears and nuts and main course choices of beef, salmon or vegetarian. The speeches were great, aGain heartfelt and emotional. Although sister Chris said she was nervous she gave a really nice speech, for which I did an "aunty Barbara" and videoed ...
... Six people on the boat and we landed five nice trout. The team of Barb and Bill landed two of them, so there was a trout on the bbq that night, bonus! The day was brisk with a bit of wind, but it was sunny and perfect for viewing the mountains that surround Lake Tahoe.
We spent one of our three nights at Zephyr Cove, a favorite vacation spot of Bill’s from the eighties. The ...
... upon exploring the area, we landed for a night at the beautiful campground of Granite Flats, just off of Hwy 89 on the Truckee River. We all agreed that we could have spent much more time here – the camp was ample enough, with a lovely view of the river (which was only a few feet away). Again, not having showers turned out to be no big deal – the river suited us just fine. Definitely on the list for our next run through ...