Tahoe Summit Village
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... too cold where every body part hurt so we called it quits early. We found out that Heavenly closed early too because of the conditions. Our plan was to take Jalen to see fireworks at Heavenly village on NYE but we cut the trip short and left NYE because of the horrible weather. It is way to cold, highs of 18. Jalen played a few minutes in the snow but not long because his face turned red. He really did enjoy the snow and kicking it and throwing it. He will have a blast in ...
... the water feels much colder.
There follows a long section where the path traverses a desert of black volcanic rock and sand. It is fairly featureless and after a while a little boring. Occasionally however the black tedium is punctuated by jagged obsidian hills rising out of the plain, covered with lime-green moss, looking to me like the reptilian skin of a sleeping giant dragon, a slumbering saurian waiting to be roused. Or maybe the sun beating down ...
... over fantastic Italian wine, food and service. Randy failed to convince Dave of the merits of an ice cold Bud, however the night was a grand success, with laughter ringing throughout the restaurant. Our last day in Tahoe happened to coincide with Ange's birthday. It started out with a surprise cruise on the paddle steamer the MS Dixie which launched from Paul's former place of work at Zephyr Cove along Tahoe picturesque east shore. Just beating ...
... the alps - the ascent is very gradual and it's a surprise when you pass signs declaring that we'd reached 8 or 9 thousand feet above sea level. Eventually we headed down towards the north shore of Lake Tahoe. The beautiful lake is a captivating view even after the striking scenery of the mountain passes.
We arrived at the Pykett's house in Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe and were immediately gripped by ...
Today, the Wallers learned to ski. The kids think it's great, Caragh used the word "palava" once or twice. Granted there was a good deal of lugging gear, and getting on and off various transportation devices. The ski school close to our lodge isn't yet open due thin snow cover, so we had to get a bus, second bus, monorail, and gondola to the start of our lessons. Snow is average for this early in the season by local standards (so not all runs are open), but was fantastic by ...