Tahoe Summit Village
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- Swimming pool
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... head and the lack of sleep the night before is making me imagine things.
Indeed I do have a headache and feel tired, and just want this section to end. The surface is now undulating slightly, and just as I get to the crest of one mound, certain that this is near the end, I see that there is at least another kilometre or so spreading out ahead of me. Eventually, however, I see the hut and campsite in a green gully with a stream down below.
... it. We were unhappy with the beer smell in the room as we were going to be in the room for the best part of 48 hours.
The first part of the trip followed the Truckee river. We have driven along this part of the route as well as rafting along the Truckee for part of it, so it was good to see the valley from a different perspective. The river paints a green ribbon through a rather parched valley with the Sierra Nevada Mountains towering above on both sides. We trundled ...
- 6:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Early in the morning grandma woke me up to tell me that today instead of cleaning cabins for her, she volunteered me to help clean up the parade. cleaning up was a lot more fun then cleaning cabins. there was a lot of people who volunteered and I met a ...
- today I got to see how people in Truckee celebrate the 4th of July. It was a blast! the parade was very impressive with the high school marching band and the floats from the sorts of different clubs or programs form the town. I found out afterword's that there is a big grand prize for whoever wins.
- I never found out who won because I found a lost little boy. He was crying by one ...
... Lodge, but we were disappointed to find out that it still was closed for the season. With hungry appetites, we finally stopped at the Kirkwood Inn, est. 1864. We ate outside in the warm sun but did peek inside the restaurant to find that it looked like an old log cabin with a cool bar. Later that day we checked into the Lake Tahoe Vacation Resort, now owned by Diamond ...