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... 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.
South Lake Tahoe This was never really part of our plan either but as we were only about 4 hours away we thought we would take a trip there! We arrived around noon and after spending a long time looking for a parking space we had a nice walk around the South part ...
... the mountain again. The ceremony itself was very touching and genuinely heartfelt by all. Not many dry eyes around. And yes, the guests looked great but the bride & groom looked fabulous! Closely followed by the bridesmaids, and the groomsmen. And the bride and groom coming down the chairlift, separately of course, was a nice touch. This was how they met, at 6am one morning in Queenstown, I think, as Andrea came off ...
Meeks Bay, about 17 miles south of Truckee and 10 miles north of Emerald Bay, would be our next stop. There are two campgrounds here at Meeks Bay – one owned and operated by the National Forestry Service and one that is operated by the Washoe Indian Tribe (that's the one they call a "Resort"). We stayed at the NFS camp and with Alan’s discount it was a whopping $12.50 a night. The camp spaces are not much to ...
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