PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we thinks!
Dinner had been booked by Graham so we had no idea what was in store only that the restaurant in question was on the lake's edge and was roughly a 15 minute walk away. We took a slightly longer route to see the sun setting over the lake then marched on until we came to the...hang on...a golf course?
Yes, that’s right, by ‘pure coincidence’ the ...
... Ruth and steak for me. The desserts were chocolate cake and cheesecake. During the meal the sun went down and it went from fairly light outside to very dark. There are very few towns in the area so looking out there aver very few lights to see, and sometimes it is completely black.
We are about to stop in Elko, the last stop in Nevada and after this there will be the 3am stop in Salt Lake and three other stops in Utah before 8am. Time to have the bed made up and off to ...
Today we decided to ride our motorcycle to Truckee, CA. Our first stop was to hike down to to Vikingsholm, a home built to emulate a Viking home in Scandinavia. It was completed in September 1929. There are even sod roofs growing on the two wings of the house. This stunning creation overlooks Emerald Bay on Lake Tahoe. The gorgeous colors of blue and green reflecting on the water are amazing and there's a lovely sandy beach inviting ...
... hanging by the ceilings and animal heads mounted on the walls and lots of cool atmosphere all around. We mailed postcards to everyone we know named Carson (Ryan’s friend and Libby’s friend’s dog) and hit the hay, preparing for the drive through Lake Tahoe and then over to San Francisco on Friday!
... Forrest Gump) Lake. Big mountains and beautiful blue lakes, much like home. then a well deserved large tub of Ben and jeeps, choc chip cookie dough ice cream, as it was a very hot day. A short drive south, in the heart of Wyoming was Jackson. This was a lovely little tourist town with lots of shops. We went to the rodeo, it was great, lots of cheering and footstamping. Absolutely lived it. A mammoth driving day - something stupid like ...