Hampton Inn & Suites Tahoe - Truckee
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We drove part way around the lake. This is a popular resort area with an abundance of vacation homes, restaurants, shops, and mostly small boutique hotels. The water level is significantly down, so much so that boat launch ramps no longer touch the water. The water is a striking blue and surprisingly choppy. We had dinner at Jake's On The Lake with …
... on but ended up spending an hour and a
half looking around in some quaint shops. We stopped and watched a
glass blower, strolled what is known as Commercial Row, had a hot dog
type lunch and then onto Lake Tahoe.
Today we were actually heading to
Virginia City which is a living ghost town but went via Kings Beach
at Lake Tahoe. The kids took off their shoes and ran on the hot sand
for a while, Ben went out on the peer and took photos. We all took ...
... enjoying the familiar feeling of having the gang together.
The next morning we all woke up a bit groggy and enjoyed a delicious egg bake while we decided what we wanted to do for the day. Kaitlyn and I had a list of things we wanted to do but no particular plan. Since the sun was shining and Sean was ready for some adventure we decided a hike would be a good way to start the day. Emerald Bay was on our list of places to take the Spoons so ...
... Lowes about 15 miles away and provides deeply discounted supplies for all of their projects. She also finds time to create incredible quilts, and she has a knack for finding deep deals that turn a handsome profit on E-Bay. Then there is the other favorite pastime, fishing, which regularly beckons them to hitch up a trailer and disappear to a remote lake.
Bob's life is a Steinbeck novel waiting to ...
... built in 1907 and sold to the city of Waco, Texas. And yet it wound up here. Every inch of wall, every inch of air space overhead, has something with a story behind it. Even the rock used along the outside wall was gathered from the debris of the former state “Assembly room” and the Nevada State Prison. An all-knowing Eve-in-a-portrait gave me a Mona Lisa smile when I sat down.
Nick, who stepped in next as my ...