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- I woke up at 10am
- I had breakfast at a local coffee shop
- I left Tahoe at 12pm
- I first stopped at a gas station and got gas and then I started on my way back to Sacramento
- It took me 2 1/2 hours and it was 121 miles and then I was home! ...
... this unique spot, so go for a stroll following the river along the valley near the campsite. The timing is perfect - the setting sun casting its golden light on the yellow-brown hills allows me to take some beautiful photos. Another couple are already there with tripod set up. They tell me they have been driving around this area for a few days but have only seen rain and more rain, so are understandly happy and are making the most of this respite.
... moat was completed by the addition of some crawfish donated by our neighbours on the beach. The day was rounded off by a massive water fight, which included Maija desperately trying to "accidentally" hit a random American lady snoozing on her lie-low on the lake. As we headed back to the cars we got possibly the largest ice creams in Nevada and we only ordered the singles.
After a quick turn-around back at Kings ...
... your club for distance. He had a great round, 6 over par. And we played with a couple from Genoa. Before leaving the park we took the Artists Drive, a loop that brings you closer to the mountains to discover their wonderful colors; pinks, oranges, turquoise, greens. Still a lot to see next visit. Tomorrow we travel to Kingman AZ the last stop before we meet up with the Drury's in Mesa. Good times ...
... these a lot easier.
We were still climbing in elevation, reaching about 8,000 feet at times, and eventually dropping to about 6,000 by the time we reached the south bank of Lake Tahoe. Before reaching this initial destination, we marvelled at the bright, almost iridescent colour of the aspen trees in the area. When we were in Colorado, we had missed the best of the fall colour, but California had them out in their full glory. We ...