Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is about ¾ around the lake. We have a map and we are just picking places at random that sound decent on the way. The drive is amazing and every 20 minutes the scenery changes. We stopped at some pier and then again at another beach a rock one this time. This time the water was deep enough to swim and even though it was cold it was ridiculous, quiet with virtually nothing around us but the lake and mountains in the distance. For the first time I ...
... a bit of trouble herself getting her ski on. There was too much snow on mums boot so she couldn't get her ski on! After about ten minutes we were all safely down the mountain.ᘳ 5; After that catastrophe, we went to pick up Ted from ski school and had a few more runs then went home. I was really happy when I got home. I was exhausted!! This was a good achievement/challenge and let's hope for a smoother day tomorrow! ...
Back at Tahoe City for some cycling along the Truckee River. The trail was nicely paved and marked which made the 1.5hr ride much easier.
Went back to King's Beach for some paddle boarding which kids insisted on trying. The shop was nice enough to give them 15 minutes try before closing for the ...
... the house to get settled and meet up with Alex, Olin and Fin who were returning from Spring Break in San Diego.
The next day we went skiing at Squaw. Kara was a little nervous about missing all the previous season with a knee injury but was a good sport and I was just so excited to show Ben and Lu what it is like to snowboard or ski out west. Sam was not herself and then proved it by vomiting her raspberry breakfast just to ...
... animal is well cared for. A followup visit is made at the end of a year before the certificate of title is given.
Read about the horses in advance in an on-line catalogue; the 12 that will be available on May 19 include Buster, described as a handsome gelding with a great temperament; Bay Breezy, who’d be great on the trail; Red Rider, a sorrel who has been gentle from the start; Sammy Hagar, who would look good in a ...