Bear Valley Lodge
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... by glaciers out of 100-million-year-old granite. The Sierra is home to three national parks, 20 wilderness areas, and two national monuments. These areas include Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks; and ...
Today we decided to take our bicycles for a ride over to Taylor Creek Visitor Center. It had been recommended to us by Cathy and Gary Schneider, and we loved it. First we walked the Rainbow Trail which teaches the ecosystem of the area, comprised of marsh, stream, meadow and forest. You could hear so many birds singing and chirping. Taylor Creek follows the trail, and it was cool to see a beaver dam and chewed up tree stumps. We also had ...
... There were patches of snow everywhere. We saw Red Lake, Caples Lake and Silver Lake - all absolutely beautiful and serene. Apparently, they were great fishing destinations and we saw a couple of small boats with anglers. Perhaps because it was Sunday, we also saw many families trying their luck along the Carson River. At Silver Lake there was an interesting lodge called ...
... BAR which was nice and busy and had $1 drinks! Crazy Crazy night was had there!
Next day a full day of snowboarding we where all really sore from yesterday but was still a really good day! Spent 5 hours boarding!
That night there was a Kareoke night at the Horzions Hotel and we played Beer Pong to!
Overall I will definitely keep up the boarding had so much fun in Lake Tahoe!
... off on the 2-3 hour drive to Lake Tahoe.
Lonely Planet tells me that Lake Tahoe is the "USA's second-deepest lake and at 6255ft high, it's also one of the highest-elevation lakes in the country". It straddles Nevada and California state lines and is a popular destination for relatively well-off American families, as well as camping enthusiasts. Fitting neither of these profiles, I was looking forward to the upcoming four days.
We were also going ...