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I've been excited about picking up the convertible since we booked it. I found an amazing deal which means we are only paying £25 a day for it over the next two weeks, I think it’s in part because we are picking it up in a less desirable location and we are now into the triangle states that don’t have one ways; Nevada, Arizona and California. It came out at the same price as the absolutely terrible Nissan we had going to Denver.
... we got set up and went in the water immediately as it was clear there were clouds on the way.
It was not the ideal sunny, hot beach day we had imagined, but it was one to remember. The clouds formed a long line extending all the way across the lake, and slowly encroached on our setup. The first row of clouds passed quickly, sending us under the cover of some shrubs while it hailed. Yep, it actually hailed on us briefly. The ...
... you guessed it, margaritas. Two margaritas and a bowl of beanless bean dip later we were questioning the validity of being able to bike home. We made it back without incident and to our delight Coop was home with a buddy and Jeff was also home, perfect numbers for yard games. We enjoyed the remaining hours of daylight playing Bags and Polish Horseshoes. Jeff, Coop and his buddy headed downtown, the three of us decided we were too exhausted so ...
... the mountain again. The ceremony itself was very touching and genuinely heartfelt by all. Not many dry eyes around. And yes, the guests looked great but the bride & groom looked fabulous! Closely followed by the bridesmaids, and the groomsmen. And the bride and groom coming down the chairlift, separately of course, was a nice touch. This was how they met, at 6am one morning in Queenstown, I think, as Andrea came off ...
... upon exploring the area, we landed for a night at the beautiful campground of Granite Flats, just off of Hwy 89 on the Truckee River. We all agreed that we could have spent much more time here – the camp was ample enough, with a lovely view of the river (which was only a few feet away). Again, not having showers turned out to be no big deal – the river suited us just fine. Definitely on the list for our next run through ...
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