Tahoe Mountain Resorts Lodging Great Bear Lodge
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... peaks. The sun finally came out in the late afternoon after it being a breezy and somewhat cool day. Our neighbor, Mike, has lived here for fourteen years and is a great fan of Montana. He took his electricians license test in Helen and worked in Butte, Anaconda and Coalstrip, back in the day. He's a very interesting character, sporting a nicely groomed "flat top." Folks are friendly here as we've found ...
To say we were excited for the Spoon’s visit would be an understatement. Jake and Sean are two of our best friends and since before we left Madison, we were already making plans with them to visit us somewhere along the line. There were a few times earlier in the trip when it looked like one of them would be coming out but each time it fell through. This time however, both of them already had plans to visit the west coast at the same ...
... surrounding a juicy burger and crisp fries on the side. I do love a good dive burger. With our stomachs full and spirits some what lifted we headed to Hidden Beach for a couple of hours. Once again The Lake was amazing from the beach. The clear water beams blue with white capped mountains surrounding it. We enjoyed most of our time on the sand but did wade into the frigid waters for 20 min. or so to watch a boat full of ladies invite some major ...
... but, connected or not...they were closed until summer. Her next call was to a friend of a friend with a horse boarded at some place that could set us up with a trail ride...after all, Chum has her new boots...
We took a walk (by mountain woman standards) / hike (by this writer’s standards) / high altitude death march (by low-lander kid standards) down the hill to the lake (which, consequently also means ...
... bird friendly, I might add. Alan could carry me, and probably would have, if we had found parking. Which we didn’t. Alan says he is gonna make wheels for my cage so he can just pull me along like a child’s toy. I’m not sure about that plan, no sir, not sure one bit.
We did check it out from the overviews and Emerald Bay is quite stunning – I’m not surprised at its popularity, although I think ...