Hotel Truckee Tahoe
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Rested up and with only slight winds, we headed in a more westerly direction to finish Mark's shortcut route and get back onto the Adventure Cycling trail map's recommended route. We passed through Canby, went up over Adin Pass and onto McArthur where I found free camping in the fairground.
We made an early start to escape the fairground crowd then stopped for breakfast at a diner in Fall River Mills. I met some interesting locals there who told me of a ...
... we’d stick it out. As the sky grew darker, we realized that was foolish and quickly packed up. Within minutes of reaching the car, it was downpouring with no signs of letting up.
We headed back to Truckee, where the skies were blue, and set up our campsite at Donner Lake. We realized with the Spoons that it was the ideal site, and were pumped to be in the same spot. After a quick setup, we headed to Mellow Fellow for ...
... and I said our goodbyes and then Jeff and I headed back to Truckee. As has been the case when anyone from home has come to visit, the rest of the day was overcast with sorrow. We had so much fun while the Spoons were here. We filled every day with as much as we could and their visit went by in a blur. We are so incredibly happy that they were able to make it out here together and we will always remember the good times and great laughs we shared in Truckee.
... by our camera but it is fabulous.
We soon arrive in the incline village (elevation 6350ft) and we catch our first glimpses of Lake Tahoe. we are surprised at how huge a lake so high on a mountian is. The water is clear and very blue.
... during the trip. Not for me...too salty.
On the last night we headed over to the supper club next door. They had this all you can eat special that is a Brazilian Churassco . It is basically a constant stream of meats cooked on skewers and delivered to your table. The skewers were more like swords. They trim pieces off while you grab them with a pair on tongs. Pretty cool interactive eating. We had different sausages, turkey, duck, and roast beef. Didn't want to ...