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... Graham would never forget
The next morning after re-loading Mr-T, we decided to have a wander around the quaint log cabin-esk town before hitting the road again. We learnt that a short walk into the hills there was a physical state line in the road which we could, so to say, straddle for a photo, so of course we did.
And so our brief love affair with Lake Tahoe came to an end.
... on but ended up spending an hour and a
half looking around in some quaint shops. We stopped and watched a
glass blower, strolled what is known as Commercial Row, had a hot dog
type lunch and then onto Lake Tahoe.
Today we were actually heading to
Virginia City which is a living ghost town but went via Kings Beach
at Lake Tahoe. The kids took off their shoes and ran on the hot sand
for a while, Ben went out on the peer and took photos. We all took ...
... the town is named. It was gorgeous; blue, almost a beach atmosphere with mountains in the background. We took a few photos, and it was actually nice and warm walking down on the sand. We then walked back to the hotel via the shops that were back on the main street. The area around the street and where we staying was really nice just to walk around. The trees were starting to change colour, the shops and hotels were all neatly done up, and there wasn't a large number of people lining ...
The "Dream Team" kicked off the first official day of vacation with breakfast at the Chaney House. Gary and Lori our hosts served us bananas in Irish Cream, spinach frittata and coffee cake. We stayed in the "Hobbit" room. Everything was Hobbit size including the door and windows.
Scott took his coffee down to the dock to get a better view of the crystal clear water. On the road by 9:30 - first stop the convenience store for diet dew and ...
... at some supplementary cold weather gear. While we were fossicking one of the ladies said: “Where did I put my beverage?”. I mean, who says that? But it didn’t seem out of context here. We also got a bit of a demonstration from the lady at the thrift shop about the silliness of the US coinage. The 5 is bigger than the 10, which is smaller than the 25 but then the 1 fits in-between.