Tahoe Vistana Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... they watch you VERY closely.
But I deliberately dress up differently than their "be on the look out for" types.
I dress like and act like a frumpy hick. I don't lay it on to thick, just enough to pull it off without having to think about it too much. And if I start winning big, I always back off before attracting too much attention. Maybe loose a couple of hands or just leave.
It's always good to be smart in ...
It was a cold morning with only 15 dollars in my pocket. I had an old 1970 Volkswagen Camper, and I decided to take a cross country trip to visit some of the national parks. So I pack the little things I have. I left with $15 and while on the road, I had some deep thoughts on how I should have brought more money. But- it is too late. My Adventure starts, I hop on highway 80 and make my way to Reno, NV Finally after driving ...
... the Sierra Nevada that our little van started overheating. We stopped the van and it was spewing coolant -- a big puddle underneath. When we opened the hood, the coolant was in a rolling boil. Clearly the climb had been just a little too much. Luckily we found a gas station nearby and a few minutes later all was well again.
The ride into Nevada was spectacular. We had high hopes ...
... fiction pieces about the author and about horses. At the end of the unit, the students created Social Action Plans to help support animal shelters.
After her speech, we were given the opportunity to talk with her a little bit and tell her all about our grant. We even got a picture with her and she asked if she could keep our immersion board for her new classroom (Of course!!)
... 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 ...