Hampton Inn & Suites Tahoe - Truckee
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I will be moving back to California and will leave Nevada and cross into California and stay in Truckee for the night before proceeding to San Mateo County California and wonder what border restrictions I will run into at the Nevada/California border in this area as to veggies, fruits, plants, animals??? Can anyone help me?
It's so late and we're soooooooo tired. Over 14 hours on the bike today (we left Mexicali just before 4 a.m. and arrived in Truckee just after 6 p.m.) and we can barely see straight. We're showered, ate dinner and are off to bed but wanted to post today's pictures and the all important Full Tank and Flat Tire for each of us for the day. Blake's …
... that about 10 miles of the trail was dry and this greatly slowed us down.
We talked a lot about life, friends, and economics before coming up upon 3 day hikers who missed there turn and were 3 miles off course with empty water bottles. It made me feel less stupid for all the things we forgot haha.
We walked to a water source with them and purified some water and then they looked reinvigorated.
Our clock was ticking though with no headlamps, we had 4 hours left to summit ...
We woke up in our fantastic hotel room that Mum had booked ages ago and we decided to have breakfast in bed,our only room service so far. It was great and everyone had a good brekky.
Then we walked through the hotel and had a look at the pool. It was an inside/outside pool which was cool. We then walked down to the lake to have a look before going back to put our swimmers on for a swim in the inside/outside ...
... we hope they got out okay.
After the very long drive it was late by the time we got to Lake Tahoe and we could only just see the lake which is huge the town is busy all year as they play on the lake during summer and then ski in winter, we passed some very big houses.
We were looking forward to waking in the morning and seeing the lake.
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