A&A Lake Tahoe Inn
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... of the air- pure pine needles. I have never smelt anything like it- I wish that smell could be bottled up and taken away.
No-one was here- it was so quiet and relaxing.
On Sunday the weather cleared and I saw the true beauty of the lake. I have been very fortunate with my travels and have travelled all around the World but this lake really is something. Even suffering with the drought ...
... font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">On arrival we found it to be quite formal and not really geared for just a drink and a small snack so we went for a cute little beach bar right on the beach just next to the boat house. We had a great time there enjoying a local IPA beer (Indian Pale Ale, as I have been told they call it) and watched the sun set. The girls had the whole beach to play on while we got ...
... although physically demanding. I walked with Sierra/Kenobi for another 4 days or so after my last post, and we passed over the last of the High Sierras. We have been covering some serious miles over steep rocky country, clocking around 18-20 miles per day. It is a different kind of endurance that I've never dealt with before, but it is hugely rewarding and I'm loving the challenge. My legs are feeling strong and I have ditched my big hiking boots ...
PostScript from yesterday's blog. Jason thought a spa bath before bed would be nice. But, left the tap on and flooded bathroom and bedroom. Took 12 towels to clean up. Not sure what the maid cleaning room made of that. Anyway, bath was nice.
Better day today getting to and from slopes, know the ropes now. Jason took a lift from near lodge to get in some early runs on fresh groomed snow, then skiied to other side of mountain for his lesson. ...
... passed away at the age of 82 in 1945. After her death, the home was sold to Lawrence Holland, a rancher from Nevada. He subsequently sold it to Harvey West, a lumberman from Placerville, California. In the early 1950s, Mr. West, a noted philanthropist, negotiated with the State of California and said he would donate one-half of the appraised value of the land, as well as the Vikingsholm itself outright, if the State would pay him the other half. This ...