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This weekend my hosts have taken me to their second home, on the North Shore of the beautiful Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe is in two states- Cali and Nevada. The Nevadan side suffers from gambling.
We travelled to the North- Dollar Point. It is about a 2-hour drive from Sacramento. They have a wonderful alpine style cabin although don't be fooled- it is ginormous.
Bears and eagles ...
... the chosen name and no words were allowed at all. I ended up getting Obama and I didn't know how to act that out so I just spread my arms out and pointed around then pointed at Drew. They didn't guess it but it was still great fun. After lunch it was a 2 hour drive to our campsite which was on the shore of Lake Tahoe and once we had arrived and set up camp we decided to go do a small hike at Vikinghole. ...
... snow we may have to wait for it to melt and that may be multiple days of waiting. I am becoming more aware of our elevation gain. The clouds seem like they are so low. Not what I am used too. We literally woke up in a cloud that had settled on our mountain pass. It was quite a pleasant change from the dry cracked desert.
Day 45 - 5/21/2014
18.5 (+1) miles to 7k ft pine camp. (635.5)
The rain has been threatening in the distance for days now. We had showers off and ...
... along Lake Tahoe to Pope Beach. Then we continued onto Ric******* Park Resort to the historic site of Tallac Manor village. The Tallac Resort was established in the late 1800's and by the 1920's, was a playground for the wealthy, particularly from San Francisco. It contained two major hotels, a casino, and various out-buildings. On the way home we stopped in at The Beacon Bar ...
I woke feeling pretty grotty. I have over indulged but I'll put it down to the high altitude. Do we had a lazy morning, walking around the city and having a late brunch at the Driftwood Cafe. We walked along the strip into Stateside, Nevada and into Harrah's, a gambling casino. Dimly lit with endless fruit machines and tables (mostly empty) for poker, ***** or blackjack. Since the minimum stake was $10 and I hadn't a clue, we left the smoky atmosphere ...