Tahoe Mountain Resorts Lodging Great Bear Lodge
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... the mountains and the marina. Drove past the 1960 Squaw Valley Olympic venue. This Winter Olympics is notable because the United States, for the first time ever, won the hockey gold medal. Here is my recommendation for Lake Tahoe, unless you are big time into summer boating or winter skiing, skip it. Do a vacation at any of the Utah National Parks instead.
... Pit. Kaitlyn and I had eaten there after the first time we supped and knew we had to go back. As before the burgers were delicious and luckily the sun was still shining as we headed to Moon Dunes for an afternoon on the beach. It ended up being a perfect day for the beach, the sun stayed out, the water was warm and the beers were cold. We played some Polish Horseshoes in the water, tossed the disc around in the sand and soaked up as many rays ...
... This is the first stint of a long push eastward. Fresh snow is covering Truckee, as opposed to none when I was here in January. This town is so beautiful with a fresh white blanket, keeping everything still underneath. CoffeeBar in old downtown is treating me well with hot, delicious coffee as I start this bog. It just started snowing again outside, luckily I made it over Donner Pass with blue skies. The pictures on this first post are at the Donner Party Monument. ...
... for us. With blue to our left and black to our right, we found a gray friendly sky above us, and beautiful scenery around us when we reached the top.
From 10,800 ft up we were able to see Reno, a tiny little city of in the distance. We saw all the mountains around us, all shorter than we stood now. And we saw the massive yet delicate lake Tahoe not far away. We caught our breath, took some pictures and relaxed a bit before pounding our way down the mountain.
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... cool b4 it overheated. I stopped along a curvy stretch and let SHima out to run a bit more. I looked up the hill and saw an old cemetary. As we walked up the fence was locked. I obviously found a way to hop it and get Shima to come also...I cant remember but I think I lifted her over the gate. ONe reason may have been the numerous signs written on the fence warning of rattlensakes in the cemetary, and warning that they attack. I had ...