The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left the beach late afternoon and headed to Mike’s place to get cleaned up. We had a couple of hours to burn before Truckee Thursday started so we ventured to Tahoe Mountain Brewing for a couple. From there we headed back downtown for the weekly block party. We ordered dinner from a number of food trucks, grabbed some beers and enjoyed the live music under the warm night’s sky. When the music stopped we were not ready ...
... of you who are not savvy, The Donner Party is the group in history that ate each other like 20 years ago or so trying to pass through the Sierras. I think their mini-van broke down. My gracious friend/Intern Master is letting me borrow the couch so I don't have to freeze tonight. It is in the high 20's right now and 6pm. Tomorrow I make the push to Salt Lake City, a long and straight I-80 journey. Roman candles and bottle rockets may have to be involved in this section :) ...
14 countries and 108 cities later, we headed to our home for the Winter, Truckee CA. Passing mammoth mountains and shoe trees along the way, we finally made it to Truckee at about 8pm at night. Here we met up with some family friends of Brett's, Jenna and Errol, and headed out to a 20's themed party.
The following day we moved into our condo, ...
... an hour and a half till it would be pitch black. We chugged not stopping, on a mission. And somehow we made it.
We got to the parking lot feeling beat. I was limping and ready to lay around but our mission wasn't over. We had to find a way home. All of our possible rides were walking around Reno dressed like pirates and drunk out of there mind at the Reno pirate crawl. So we only had one more option. We asked the 2 remaining hikers out that night if they were headed to Reno and if ...
... knife on me so I felt safe.
We entered and most graves were very old along with some more recent gravestones. I have a weird fascination with old graveyards. I love walking thru them and feeling the years and generations that have passed on the same spot. Al the families and stories etc. I feel as thoug most of us are forgotten in time forever...our place here on this planet forgotten like we never existed. Sadly this is how I ...