PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... fell asleep for about ½ an hour. When I got up we decided to go for an early dinner. We drove to a BBQ restaurant that had an ad in the local Tahoe Guide. We drove about 5 miles only to find out that they were not open on Mondays. Wasn’t that nice of them to include that in their ad??? We did stop at a BevMo to see if they had some Bacon Burbon, but to our luck they did not, but the sales clerk said he had Bacon soda. We had to buy it ...
... to take pictures or just to enjoy the evening heat in the high desert of Nevada. At this station we were told that we could move to the last coach and have rooms 3 and 4, so we would be opposite each other, and also that we would be having dinner about 7.30. We just managed to move into the new rooms when we were called for dinner so we went forward to the dining car.
The meal was great, with a starter of salad and roll, followed by six cheese lasagna for JJ, tilapia ...
Woke to 26 degrees outside. No wonder it was so cold in the motor home with the heater not on! Later this morning we decided to ride our bicycles into the town of South Lake Tahoe on the bicycle trails. It was a beautiful ride through part of the forest and also paralleling Hwy 50. Along the way we stopped at El Dorado Park which has access to Bear Beach. Before we knew it, we had crossed the ...
... basketmaker Dat So La Lee (Louisa Keyser) lived nextdoor to Abe and Amy Cohn. The Cohns sponsored Louisa's creations - now considered priceless by the Smithsonian.
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Arnold Millard raises a toast to Carson Brewing, Nevada's longest-operating brewery, the same business he closed down 88 years after it first opened. Its steam beer was brewed to satisfy the silver miners, and was so popular that a new ...
... 16", one 14" and one 10", plus a small radio telescope. One is equipped with a spectrograph, which can collect data from the stars. Outside the building is a robo-dome with a fourth telescope for studying the sun, including solar prominences that eject off the edges of the sun. All of the telescopes have cameras. The computers and telescopes are connected to a large overhead TV screen and a plasma TV screen. The observatory ...