The Meadows At Kirkwood Resort
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... to get about 6" of snow and Ken wants a snowman. He’ll get one tomorrow. Heading back to our room we were walking through the casino on the way to our rooms and found Dave getting more money out of an ATM machine. I walked up behind him and said "Sir this ATM doesn’t work.” It took him a couple of seconds to realize it was
Elisa and me. We startled him.
After getting back to the room Elisa and I laid down on our beds and ...
Left for Sparks, NV at 10:17am. We didn't have far to go, and after driving past Reno, arrived at our destination around 11:45 am. Sparks Marina RV Park is one of the nicest and cleanest parks we have ever stayed. Cost: 3 nights @ $119.00. It was also across the street from our friends' condo - Roger and Sharon Pechacek - our friends who just moved from Jojoba Hills. But the weather felt very hot, especially after living in the cooler mountain air for over two weeks. We also ...
... 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 ...
... The photos attached won't do it justice but it really was stunning. We arrived in Tahoe (we're down with the lingo now, no need for the 'lake' bit anymore) about 1pm and luckily we're out of season so they let us park up 2 hours early, if not not we'd have had to find somewhere to park the 'beast' for a couple of hours. The camp host (Bill) is a great guy who told us the spot we'd been given wasn't nice enough so he moved ...
The next day we had to move on so we drove the whole West side of the Lake with it’s really sheer drops and extreme beauty. This is an area where we would readily stay for an extended time, but there’s a whole lot more of America to see! and besides we have friends to meet!
The changes that can be experienced here were indeed apparent this day – from the grandeur of the Lake, to the switch back roads leading from it which Kevin and ...