Ridge Pointe Tahoe
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Business Services
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Packing up the Honey Badger to leave in the morning. Really the only thing left is stuff in the frig and the cats. The cats know something is up and they have spent the day under the bed. I've made the park reservation at a KOA campground in Mt. Shasta. We'll stay there two nights. I'm looking forward to a smooth ride after the tires have been replaced! Always excited to get on the ...
... and I are fine-tuning our pack lists and checking for weight vs. necessity. The weather here in Tahoe has not been conducive to riding/training in the last two weeks but as the title says: we have " lots of time". Looking forward to meeting Maureen. Dick says great things about her and on the phone she sounds both competent and ...
... hotel's swimming pool. We ended up playing volleyball for a while then one person would throw the ball while someone else jumped off the edge and try to catch it. That was a lot of fun as I caught it like 3 times in a row then Drew was determined to catch one before we went into the indoor pool. Once in the indoor pool we played the game where everyone stands in a circle and you have to hit the ball to ...
... calories and 4 times as much protein as the equivalent amount of turkey or tuna) Returning to the road for another 2 hours we arrived at Bodie, a real life ghost town, all the buildings here have been preserved exactly as they were left when the original inhabitants abandoned them at the beginning of the 20th Century (after all the gold had been mined out of the hills). After another 2 hours of driving we finally arrived ...
... take a plunge or cruise on a kayak. Eagle Falls roars down the mountainside near the mansion. What goes down, must go up. So we trudged back up the mountain side, 600' of elevation, to our parked vehicle. Wow, that was a hike but well worth it! We headed north on Hwy 89 and at Tahoe City it continued through to the Donner Pass. The Truckee River wound its way along the road and you could see rapids breaking up the flow of the ...