Donner Lake Village Resort
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... miles. We took plenty of rest stops and made the road crest at about 1 pm. My water supply was low and it was a stinking hot day to boot. So when I rode into the summit track car park and saw the track was closed due to a landslide I wasn't really too disappointed.
After a 20 odd mile, downhill coast out of the Park, we continued on Route 89 to make another bush camp near Lake Almanor.
The next morning it was even hotter and really smokey. Nelson and ...
... on the lake. The guys enjoyed a windy round of disc golf with some sweet views of the lake above while I tagged along. We headed back to home base and got ourselves gussied up with Mike and Kraib for a couple of games of Bocce at Truckee River Winery. The Weber siblings dominated the games as the group managed to partake in several rounds of wine and laughter before heading over to Fifty Fifty for dinner and drinks. After plenty of ...
... rest of the afternoon on the beach; Ruth and I reading and taking dips, JJ catching crayfish and putting them in a makeshift beach pond.
As the temperature started to drop below 27degC we left the beach and went food shopping at Safeway before coming home for the evening.
After a hearty meal there was enough time for a quick dip in the jacuzzi before settling in for the night.
... little chipmunks and enjoyed some Reese's Peanut Butter Cups from our spectacular viewpoint!
Heading down we then made it back to camp and set up our tents before cooking some dinner. Afterwards, we crossed the road over towards the lake to a viewpoint called Inspiration Point. Here we sat on some rocks overlooking the simply stunning view as the sun went down. Back in our tent we managed to get cozy with our new duvet, although it is still very cold outside at ...
... were huge gas fire places outside the patio where we had dinner so the non-dancers (like Dean!) had somewhere to congregate. And supplied for us were s'mores, marshmallows plus small chocolate bars and Granita-like biscuits. Called s'mores because you always want s'more. Technique was you heat up a marshmallow over the fire on a stick until melted, then put choc bar Inside the two biscuits and put melted ...