Tahoe Villa North Lodge
Travel Blogs from South Lake Tahoe
... catch a ride.
We went with the flo that day and found our selfs back in our apartment that night. Super sore but with a great sense of accomplishment!!
Song of the day
How I built myself, with my mothers help- Jon Watts
" so now I'll pick myself up and dust my self off, an write alitte love song about myself, I'm still amazing. Just this existence is crazy. How I built myself with my mothers held. Then emerged to learn that the world I'm gonna serve is in ...
... style buildings and helicopter landing pads. I soon discovered this was the USMC Mountain Warfare Training Center. A few miles down the road I encountered 5 CH-47's flying up the valley towards to training center. It brought me back to military days and I sort of envied the Marines in the helo's.
I turned onto route 398 the the last leg of the day. The route took me around beautiful Lake Topaz. I arrived at my hotel around 5pm,
... we hope they got out okay.
After the very long drive it was late by the time we got to Lake Tahoe and we could only just see the lake which is huge the town is busy all year as they play on the lake during summer and then ski in winter, we passed some very big houses.
We were looking forward to waking in the morning and seeing the lake.
From The Simsons
... up, hopped on the motorcycle with Ankush and headed up hwy 1 to San Francisco. It was an absolutely beautiful ride (a bit uncomfortable though!) We stopped in half moon bay at the Half moon Bay Brewing Co and had some great beer and pumpkin crab bisque to warm us up from our frigid ride. Then it was on to SF for more beer drinking, a yummy Italian dinner in Little Italy and fireworks ...
... here during that time; over the years the focus moved from vocational training to academics. You can walk among the ghostly memories today; there are over 60 native stone buildings. Dial the Talking Trail on your cell and listen to stories of the past. The former school is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Memorabilia from there is displayed at the Nevada State Museum.