Park Tahoe Inn
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cool people.
... buildings all alone. his name was Max and he was 4 years old. It took about 40 minute before I realized that I needed more help to find his parents, so we set off to find a police officer. By chance his mother was talking with the officer as we walked up to them. She was very relived that he was found.
Day 42 - 5/18/2014
19 miles to a windy low pine campsite. (577.5)
Today was our first day into the Southern tip of the Sierras. We are carrying 8 days of food and 2 days of water. We are supposed to hit a trickle of a spring tomorrow. We hope to each get a couple liters there. After a couple days of higher elevation we dip back down into the Mojave for one last hurrah. After that it's a steady climb up to Kennedy Meadows. And onward to Forester Pass at 13,000 feet. Hah! I'm so ...
... down to the lakeshore again. The wind was strong and the water icy cold as we dipped out toes. Pretty though Lake Tahoe is, its resorts are haphazard and too commercial. With too many private homes the waterfront is almost ignored. Where were the boardwalk, the cafés and deck chairs?! We went to see a movie ('Prisoners' with Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhall - 3/5)' crashed out, then had an enormous steak, washed down with a Francis Ford Coppola Pinot ...
... walks into their shop is doing. It is baffling. That or they think my reaction means no tip and spit in my food. Perusing the menu at IHOP was an amusing experience. Under every option was the calorie count - always over 1000, the average being 1500, and the top band tipping the scales at 1900 calories. On the fourth page is a helpful health notice, stating that an adult should consume no more than 2200 calories a day in order to maintain a healthy diet. It made no ...