Tahoe Mountain Resort Lodging Iron Horse Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... br> everything but we did have a great time.
First we went to a wild west show. That
was half an hour long and hilarious. I (Maria) was pulled up to join
in, not my favourite thing to be centre of attention but I shot
someone with a pistol and they lived so that's good!
There were candy stores filled with
taffy which we tried a few different kinds of. I think maple bacon
was my favourite flavour. We also took a tour into a mine. The ...
... We ended up missing our trail and added an extra mile and a half back tracking but eventually made it back to the car. To our dismay the weather had turned from sunny to overcast and sprinkling so our afternoon at the beach was in jeopardy, to add insult to injury our arrival at the car included a $72 parking ticket adorning the windshield. Apparently they did not appreciate us moving the log a few feet to the left, oops. There were a few spots of ...
... parties at the Moon Dunes, karaoke at the T Club (Mike absolutely killed What’s Up bringing the house down), discing, Kaitlyn going to Reno for a Wally run, delicious breakfast at Marty’s downtown Truckee, checking out the waterfalls and Vikingsholm in Emerald Bay, more discing, a lot of drinks at the house, a trip to Tahoe Mountain Brewing for a sour day, pier hangout at Donner Lake, spending the worst beach day ever at the dog ...
... happened. For a few days we saw over a 100 hot air balloons lift up into the air. And airplanes race by in groups of about 10.
We decided to go hiking early that morning. Charlie Flo cancelled his date and we both scrambled to get our weekend errands done before heading off into the woods.
The plan was to hike 25 miles of the Rim to Reno trail to the top of the 10,800 ft Mt Rose.
A half hour before our ride was scheduled to come we ...
... of the list of activities on the whole trip. I had hoped to recapture the glory on another trail ride. It was still a nice time but fell a little flat. You can’t beat the scenery of Durango...even with the high Sierra’s...and our guide last year was the tops... Regardless...and aside from my incredibly sore...saddle parts...we had a nice time and were thankful for the opportunity. God’s country...Our country, ...