PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... although physically demanding. I walked with Sierra/Kenobi for another 4 days or so after my last post, and we passed over the last of the High Sierras. We have been covering some serious miles over steep rocky country, clocking around 18-20 miles per day. It is a different kind of endurance that I've never dealt with before, but it is hugely rewarding and I'm loving the challenge. My legs are feeling strong and I have ditched my big hiking boots ...
South Lake Tahoe This was never really part of our plan either but as we were only about 4 hours away we thought we would take a trip there! We arrived around noon and after spending a long time looking for a parking space we had a nice walk around the South part ...
... which looked a little rustic but located in a serene location across from the river. It wasn't hard to see that this area was a mecca for fishing. Another surprise was coming upon three real cowboys rustling cattle into outdoor pens. I was able to get a video of this incredible moment. Hee haw! Stopped in Markleeville (pop. 200) for lunch at the Deli Cafe and then toured the Alpine County ...
... do an about face.
We see the that our furry pals are not enjoying themselves. We have seen enough of Virginia City, have a good flavor for it, and the comfort of our pals is paramount. We head back to the truck and head out of town.
We had a nice day attending Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral then visiting the old mining town of Virginia City. Tomorrow we will prepare for our departure. We are just a few days from home and look forward to what ever adventure lies ahead.
... 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 ...