Tahoe Mountain Resort Lodging Iron Horse Lodge
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... and putting up the tent, I go for a walk to a nearby canyon, which I had been told by the hut warden (a pleasant lady dressed in full Viking costume) was "unmissable". Predictable sighs of appreciation follow when I see a canyon down in the valley below, but when I continue a little further and look around to the other side these turn into gasps of astonishment at the sight. This canyon is stunning, for its scale and also the sheer number of different colours ...
... did not get in until late evening. This did give us the day to run to Reno for supplies, get a couple of hours in at the beach, set up camp, get a fire going and start the party. By the time the Spoons arrived around midnight the fire was raging, the drinks were flowing and we were brimming with excitement. Coop and Mike were camping with us that night as well, we spent the night catching up, uncontrollably laughing, discussing plans for the ...
... golf course with Cooper and then ended the night relaxing at their place drinking beers and watching Youtube videos. It was a great first full day in Tahoe and Kaitlyn and I were starting to see the appeal of living here in the summers.
The next day was spent eating Truckee Style wings at Blue Coyote and checking out the Brewing Lair Blairsden, about 35 min. from Truckee. The Brewing Lair was tucked back about a ¼ mile into the trees ...
... 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 ...