Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... free beer from day trippers at a lake, then grapes and cookies , then another day with free beer. People were so amazed we were hiking 170 miles that they wanted to help us, we rarely told anybody that we had already hiked over 1,000 miles to get there. There was a point where I saw a day hiker and had the urge to jump him and steal his gatorade . Song of the day My hero- foo fighters Count bodies like sheep to the rhythm of the war drums- a perfect ...
... and say it will be ok - but you have to expect the unexpected and we did as we got up 5 kms or so up the mountain to find the beginner runs were closed....only way down was an easy / challenging run down, but an achievement ! We left Pete to master Red Dog run and the girls and I went to pick up Ted. Not tired enough after ski school - he was keen to keep going ! Liv and Ted skied until close and all happy skiers returned for R&R back at ...
Chris and Shannon had to work Saturday. Since we didn't have a car that could haul the kids around town, they went to their grandpa Bill's. I let Dustin sleep in until 9:30 then I dragged him out of bed with the day already mapped out and planned.
We visited Chris at his work. He REALLY wanted us to have a gun for protection on our road trip (and for life). Since I don't feel comfortable having a gun in the ...
The drive to Lake Tahoe took us along the extremely straight and bare, longest road in America (HWY 50) which Brett took at about 100miles/hr (160km/hr). Here we met up we met up with Logan. After arriving Logan showed us around a few bars in Tahoe City, one in particular he used to work at on the water of Lake Tahoe.
The following morning Brett and Logan took some paddle boards out on the lake. Brett was thoroughly impressed with the clarity of the water being able to ...
... that i could not tell what they were. Every now and then they would make a loud flapping noise and go under the water. Once i saw these things i decided i was no going back in - they could have been alligators. I later learned they would have been river ottas. Just don't see this stuff in nz. Postscript:- went for a run this morning. Don't think those things are bats, just weird ...