Wildflower Village Hotels and Hostel
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... Merced River, deep in a canyon, for over an hour. The scenery was spectacular. The hills were yellow with rock faces poking out of them and the roads in places were lined with trees…soft wood and hard wood…at times creating a canopy over the road, shielding us from the early morning sun. In places there were huge rocks hanging over the road, balanced precariously on ledges, threatening to fall but still secure in ...
... skiing. Quick hot drink in the restaurant, then down again to the resort village. Lunch outside, sitting next to a gas "coal" fire. Bison burger for John, clam chowder for me.
Drove back to Reno via Incline Village and Mt Rose, ski resort. Lots of fresh snow there and plenty of skiing, although many places including North Star in California, and many resorts around SLC have had a poor ski season this ...
... in the United State behind the five Great Lakes at over 122,000 acre feet.
The highlight of the cruise was a no wake idle into the spectacular Emerald Bay. We had cleared the bay and headed back to the marina when a mechanical anomaly occurred and the boat went dead in the water. A cell phone call to Tahoe Lake Rescue Unit was made. Our host couple kept us entertained with non stop lively conversation as to why the anomaly even was allowed to happen and ...
... that bordered old church entrances; carvings extending along roof ridges with dragon heads crossing at the roof peaks; and a sod roof seeded with wildflowers.
The interior of the house also carries out the Scandinavian motif, such as: delicate paintings on ceilings and walls, Nordic fireplaces located throughout the home, and two intricately carved "dragon" beams, modeled on beams that hung originally in very old Viking castles, hanging ...
... traveling for a couple of hours and would like to stop and stretch. Jil is holding out for a rest stop. I remind her that most rest stops are located on interstate highways and very few are on U.S. highways, especially those as remote as this one. In this neck of the woods you take what you are given, meaning gravel turnouts. We take advantage of a couple of them.
We continue our drive through country that seems like it can't have more than one human resident per 100 ...