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... on but ended up spending an hour and a
half looking around in some quaint shops. We stopped and watched a
glass blower, strolled what is known as Commercial Row, had a hot dog
type lunch and then onto Lake Tahoe.
Today we were actually heading to
Virginia City which is a living ghost town but went via Kings Beach
at Lake Tahoe. The kids took off their shoes and ran on the hot sand
for a while, Ben went out on the peer and took photos. We all took ...
... enjoying the familiar feeling of having the gang together.
The next morning we all woke up a bit groggy and enjoyed a delicious egg bake while we decided what we wanted to do for the day. Kaitlyn and I had a list of things we wanted to do but no particular plan. Since the sun was shining and Sean was ready for some adventure we decided a hike would be a good way to start the day. Emerald Bay was on our list of places to take the Spoons so ...
... golf course with Cooper and then ended the night relaxing at their place drinking beers and watching Youtube videos. It was a great first full day in Tahoe and Kaitlyn and I were starting to see the appeal of living here in the summers.
The next day was spent eating Truckee Style wings at Blue Coyote and checking out the Brewing Lair Blairsden, about 35 min. from Truckee. The Brewing Lair was tucked back about a ¼ mile into the trees ...
"when walking in the woods, one always finds more then they are looking for" -John Muir
I've decided to resurrect the blog so soon because I've found myself in a tent, in the woods along side a trail once again. Though this time it's only for a weekend I'm still sure there will be things to write about.
First off let me start by saying that my life has been going great so far in the Reno Nevada area. I've been working for the Nevada conservation corps for 3 weeks, and ...
... but, connected or not...they were closed until summer. Her next call was to a friend of a friend with a horse boarded at some place that could set us up with a trail ride...after all, Chum has her new boots...
We took a walk (by mountain woman standards) / hike (by this writer’s standards) / high altitude death march (by low-lander kid standards) down the hill to the lake (which, consequently also means ...
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