Mountain Club At Kirkwood Mountain Resort
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... 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 ...
... and food prep for dinner. Dinner was cooked by Claire and Ros, which they served up a delicious stir fry. After dinner we celebrated Michelle's 28th birthday with cupcakes and pin the tail on the donkey. Feeling the effects of the sunburn I got and stomach I had the majority of the day I decided early night be good thing as up at 5.30am for Yosemite national park the last national park on the ...
... Sequoias but not as big. We also saw smoke in the distance where a fire was still being controlled. In fact one of the fires was near the highway and was active as recently as five days ago. We stopped at Olmsted Point and saw the back of Half Dome, the big rock that is in the valley. From there we could see climbers on the face of the rock (via a telescope). We also saw climbers on several other rock faces along the way.
One really nice ...
Today we explored the area of South Lake Tahoe from our timeshare at the Lake Tahoe Vacation Resort. We walked as far as Harrah's and the Harvey's Casinos, which are on the state side of Nevada. We also shopped in a few stores before returning home for a home cooked meal by Murray. That's all ...
... part of the journey along the historic US 395. ...and before we sign off the fire pit is burning burning burning, check out the picture of tea!! :) PS: the photo of the guy with the dog is Bill (the camp host) and his yorkie Zoe. He's been so helpful while we've been here, he's bought us fire wood and charcoal for the BBQ, fixed our leaky water hose and generally looked after us RV ...