Red Wolf Lodge At Squaw Valley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... too cold where every body part hurt so we called it quits early. We found out that Heavenly closed early too because of the conditions. Our plan was to take Jalen to see fireworks at Heavenly village on NYE but we cut the trip short and left NYE because of the horrible weather. It is way to cold, highs of 18. Jalen played a few minutes in the snow but not long because his face turned red. He really did enjoy the snow and kicking it and throwing it. He will have a blast in ...
... Holli is a train enthusiast and has a track running round the gardens and also has layouts in a huge room. Jill is an Olympic Gold Medallist in synchronised swimming at the 1996 games in Atlanta. She is part of the Reno- Tahoe group who are hoping to bring the Winter Olympics Back to this area. It is this group who have been looking after us. Tonight the wine and beer was flowing with loads of appetisers and the main event was a barbecue followed ...
Another day, another adventure!
On the menu today was zip-lining at the Tahoe Treetop Adventure Park just past Tahoe City. It was a cool morning as we arrived in the forest to get kitted up. After the usual safety briefings we were off. There were three courses all similar to Go-Ape courses in the UK. They involved various obstacles to clamber over, through and around up in the canopy and several high, long and fast zip-lines. The boys had ...
We arrived in Beatty yesterday afternoon without anything to report except that I got to drive for about an hour. There was no traffic and the highway straight as an arrow, so no problem. This morning we drove into Death Valley which was our second trip into the valley. This time the adventure was a golf course Pete had eyed. The course is 214 feet below sea level which seemed interesting to ...
... we’ve seen road signs identifying the roads as the Volcano Legacy Roadway. There is a string of tall mountains along the spine of the mountain range that are volcanoes: Mt. Rainer, Mt. Hood, Mt. Baker, Mt. Adams, Mt. Saint Helens, and Mt Shasta along with many others. The last one we’ll go by is Mt. Lassen which seems to be a bit more active than the others. (A caller called into the news station to ...