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Travel Blogs from Reno
What an adventure driving through the mountains surrounding the beautiful Lake Tahoe.... no guardrails in certain places, winding roads, a bit scary, but oh so fun. The scenery was breathtaking and the hiking was incredible. The State has taken the time to make the trails accessible to the moderate hiker. Loved the area.
... rocks around the beach it is very beautiful. Mum, Madi, Cal and Sybella had a little swim but it was really really cold. Cal and Daddy spent a lot of time skimming stones across the water, Daddy got one to go 13 times, Cal was amazed. Then we lost Bella after she decided to go for a walk without anyone so it was time to go!
We were back in the car for the long boring road to the bright lights of Reno.
From The Simsons
... end of century!!
Next on my list of errands was Costco where she told me to take a slight right onto Old something Road. I took the slight right -- but ended up on HWY 50 towards Lake Tahoe. The thing about this road is that it is a divided highway with no turnarounds for 15 miles. The road goes UP and UP and UP, from about 4000 feet to 7000 feet. When I finally found a turnaround, I had ...
Our last day at Yosemite Valley after our summer camp style breakfast in the dining room we went for a walk to the bridge which has a great view of the falls except there is no water at this time. We see more squirrels and lots of people bird watching and on our walk back we see a mule deer and 3 fawns who came really close.
After that we packed the van and ...
... you a
not about how many breathes you take, but how many take your breath
cook-off was huge, over 6 days they have over ½ million visitors and
it's their 25th year. Afterwards we went back to Reno we
walked the very small main street. We took a few photos of the main
sign and headed back to the hotel.