The Blue Lake Inn @ Heavenly Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... buildings all alone. his name was Max and he was 4 years old. It took about 40 minute before I realized that I needed more help to find his parents, so we set off to find a police officer. By chance his mother was talking with the officer as we walked up to them. She was very relived that he was found.
... the top, another ridge lay ahead of me. I finally reached the top thinking the worst of my day was behind me. Boy was I wrong. The descent down the other side was gradual but it was a near 4 mile snow field. The noonday sun was peaking the temperature around 80*. We set out to be done with this mountain only to have our efforts thwarted. Nearly every two to three steps was a post hole up to the knee. After a mile my gaiters were becoming shredded and my boots soaked. Once we cleared ...
... a week. Our favorite training exercise was our Tuesday night climbs up Heavenly. A good 2,000 feet elevation climb and back down. Earlier in the summer when the days were long enough, we would pack sandwiches for dinner on the mountain. Now we are forced to stop at the Blue Angel Cafe on our way home.
... and madmaps) from vendors, met many amazing women, had the honor of signing up Christine Firehock as a Motor Maid and visited the amazing and historical Virginia City. I am sad to say good bye to everyone, but know I will see them again. On Saturday night, we all had a chance to say farewell at a outdoor covered banquet at the Pony Express Pavilion. Mary McGee, a car and motorcycle racer was the guest speaker and she was a wonderful speaker and story ...