Tahoe Valley Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... peaks. The sun finally came out in the late afternoon after it being a breezy and somewhat cool day. Our neighbor, Mike, has lived here for fourteen years and is a great fan of Montana. He took his electricians license test in Helen and worked in Butte, Anaconda and Coalstrip, back in the day. He's a very interesting character, sporting a nicely groomed "flat top." Folks are friendly here as we've found ...
... about a 6 block walk, and the shopping area was all open air and spread out. We got a lot of chilly walking, but it kept warming up as the afternoon blew on. We stopped in a
Railey’s to get a small container to put a snowball in to take to Corky per her request. OK, ok, so by the time we got back to the room it was a small cube in water, then it finally became just water, but I did get the snowball. I even have a picture. Tonight we ...
... We met up with our friends once again to soak up Tahoe before heading back down the hill to Carson City. After our friends headed home we decided to stay a bit and play. The kids had a blast and we just sat and relaxed, but we could see a storm off in the distance. All of a sudden we felt a change in the temperature and a shift in the wind. We decided it would be best to pack up and we were spot on. As we headed back through downtown S Tahoe we could see the lightning ...
... 4 other coworkers in a 2 bedroom apartment. We have an awesome location and I've found that Reno is not to shabby of a city.
2 of the first 3 weeks of work I spent on peavine mountain, just outside the bounds of the city, completing a half mile of hiking and mountain biking trail. The mountain is a desert with no trees and alot of dust. It's defiantly not an easy job but I'm glad I'm here.
Some highlights were while we were on the mountain, both the hot air ballon races and the ...
... the rest of this holiday would look like. Could we make it into the Rockies? Was the mechanic's bill going to cut our holiday short? Bessy appeared so well looked after - or were we sold a really well looked after lemon? Were we going to have to travel at 40 mph (64kms) all around North America? Turns out a cable was loose which kept an auxiliary fan working - and Bessy's engine cool up these big climbs. Once Matt tightened with one ...