Inn at Truckee
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... all head into the building once it was opened so it would
be crowded. Decided to head on to other places.
Next was Squaw Valley. This was home to
the Winter Olympics, the torch still burns at the entrance. Its
pretty in Summer and you can picture what it would be like covered in
snow for the Winter events.
Onto Lake Tahoe again and ...
... It was a Nevada State park, so you have to pay $12 for parking ($10 for Nevada residents). And it can be very crowded during weekend. The gate will be closed once the parking lot is full. So it's best to be there before 11am or after 3pm during weekends. There are however some roadside parking outside the park, but you do have to walk quite some distance to get to the park.
... or may not have used a gas station trash can as an air sickness bag) we headed to The Lake to meet Mike’s buddy Ben for a private suppin’ tour. It turned out to be a great decision. Suppin’ was a really good time and a great way to see The Lake. It was the first time suppin’ for the three of us and none of us ended up in the water, although Kaitlyn did spend most of the time sitting down. The water was as clear as ...
... by such a majestic display of creation you could not help but worship the Creator. There was still not enough rain from the previous night to make Yosemite Falls run but Nevada and Vernal Falls were both thundering away across the valley. It was truly beautiful. After an hour or so we headed down off Glacier Point to try our luck at crossing the Tioga Pass to the east side of the ...
Got on the road from Rawlins and headed down the road, through Wyoming into Utah. Talked about what is interesting about SLC. Drove through some beautiful landscapes. After SLC we drove through the Utah salt flats. Stopped on the roadside for a rub through the flats. Continues on to Nevada. The whole state is ...