Motel 6 South Lake Tahoe
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today, Friday, we had another great drive. We left Austin, Nevada by nine AM and had only about a hundred and fifty miles to travel. We moved lower and lower until now we're at about 4,400 above sea level. It's about seventy degrees here and feels great. Enroute we stopped at Petroglyph Site which was started by the Cattail People. The oldest petroglyph is about 8,000 years on up to 500 years ago. But, who's ...
... doesn’t understand the odds are not in his favor.
The rest of the evening he is monopolizing the TV to watch basket ball on the one and only TV in the room. That is why I’m here typing in the blog. So I’m just enjoying a small single serving bottle of cherry torched rum by Bacardi. Good, yummy cherry flavor and scent, highly recommended. A great mix with cherry 7UP or cherry Coke.
Good night and hope you all had a warm ...
... across a bear you're supposed to make yourself very big and make loud noises to scare it away. So I did my best attempt and we made it back to the tent in one piece. Phew. But seriously, that was awesome. Now on this trip so far I have seen the following animals in the wild: 1. Leopard shark 2. Elephant seal 3. Unknown type of whale 4. Black bear Technically the list should also include many-a-deer and guitarfish/some sort of Ray, ...
... t keen so we split up and Gary and Celyn skiied and Riley and I hung out at the camper for a while and then caught the free bus into town to have lunch and check out some shops. We all met up at about 2:00, Gary and Celyn had skiied themselves silly and had done more runs than the whole of the day before! It meant we got back to the campsite with a good couple of hours of daylight which the boys used to good advantage sledding on the window shades (they are really ...
... 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 ...