Red Wolf Lodge At Squaw Valley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... peaks. The sun finally came out in the late afternoon after it being a breezy and somewhat cool day. Our neighbor, Mike, has lived here for fourteen years and is a great fan of Montana. He took his electricians license test in Helen and worked in Butte, Anaconda and Coalstrip, back in the day. He's a very interesting character, sporting a nicely groomed "flat top." Folks are friendly here as we've found ...
... realize this car does not have what it takes to handle a long distance road trip, so I have to stop at West Wendover to fill again. At this stage, I become furious because I have to keep filling up on gas with the money I won. Soon I realize, do not sweat the small things. I move on my trip with a new heart and goal in mind. I finally make it to Salt Lake City and look for the closest 5 star hotel. I can afford it now!
... through. I do not own any sandals and did not bring along any old trainers to use, but came up with the idea of bringing a pair of shoe laces to thread around my flip-flops, thus turning them into makeshift sandals. It seems to work pretty well. The first river ford is very easy as the water is shallow. Another one a couple of hours on though is a little more tricky as the river is wider and deeper, the water this time coming up to the top of my shins, and ...
Today we decided to ride our motorcycle to Truckee, CA. Our first stop was to hike down to to Vikingsholm, a home built to emulate a Viking home in Scandinavia. It was completed in September 1929. There are even sod roofs growing on the two wings of the house. This stunning creation overlooks Emerald Bay on Lake Tahoe. The gorgeous colors of blue and green reflecting on the water are amazing and there's a lovely sandy beach inviting ...
... shaking and snapping at them. Then she wants to leave and she wants out of there. We quickly finish our lunch just before she starts to tow us down the street. There is no stopping her!
A couple of hundred feet down the boardwalk she is barely controllable. But then we run smack dab into a cowboy in full costume who, after firing his six shooter a couple of times, announces that the next show is about to start so get yur tickets now! Our furry ones do NOT like loud noises ...