Red Wolf Lodge At Squaw Valley
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It was a long drive down to Reno, but I was there for one reason and that was to play cards. Specifically blackjack.
Because seriously right?
Is there really any other game worth considering?
Blackjack is an unusual game in many ways, in that you play against the house only (in most cases) never against other players. Even though you can have a full table load of fellow players it always comes down to you versus ...
... green colour, presumably from the moss covering the rock. In the background is a glacier. Its a beautiful sight.
After a long steep descent I finally get down to the bottom and then its another hour's walk to the lake and the campsite. Exhausted after a day of eight hours walking, I put up the tent, eat some dinner, and go for a stroll along the lake shore during the golden hour. The sun lights up the green ridges surrounding the lake beautifully.
... Bay respectively. Quite a view and quite a drive - not one that I'd fancy in winter with the snow beating down. We stopped off at Emerald Bay to get a different perspective from above. It's a really beautiful spot.
Back at the Pykett's we finally got into the hot tub on the top deck! With the sun setting and cold drinks at hand it was a fitting end to a really great day. We feasted on a farewell barbecue of ribs whilst, of course, aerating a few bottles of wine.
Today we hiked to Angora Lake which consists of upper and lower lakes. Once we reached our destination at 7340' elevation, we were surprised to see so many people, young and old, picnicking along the water's edge and actually swimming, rowing, and paddle boarding on the icy water. Snow still lines its sandy shores and Echo Peak majestically overlooks this aquatic playground. We enjoyed a picnic lunch on a nearby picnic table and Gary treated us to a pitcher of fresh ...
... back to our room for the night. We decided to stay two nights here.
Sorry, not to many pictures today. Most of the scenery was repetitive again. Each and every valley we went through (I lost count as to how many) was scenic in its own right, but similar like the prior one.
We should be home by Wednesday the latest depending on what time Dave’s nephew is available to have lunch or dinner with us.
God Bless all my ...