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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... it was certainly a diversion on the map worth doing...if not for the Jacuzzi comment and golf course dinner alone!
Setting off on another glorious day, it was back up and into the Sierra Nevada Ranges, then back down the other side and through the flat plains which was dominated by farms and ranches. What a place to live!
So this is the big day, the start of the three to five day Laugavegur. It usually takes four days, but I am hoping to complete the trek in three days, and then continue with the walk from Thorsmork to Skogar, weather permitting.
I set off around ten o clock, when the sun and blue skies predicted by the weather forecast have already made an appearance. The first part of the walk follows the path through the solidified lava field which I followed on the ...
... the Nevada side is actually imaginatively named "Stateline". Actually crossing the state line has to be seen to be believed. The Nevada side is built up in the most unsympathetic ugly way, with the most ugly high rise hotels and casinos blocking the views of the lake and the mountains. A set of traffic lights marks the state line and the casinos and high rise hotels stop abruptly. On the California side there is at least an attempt to build sympathetically, with lower rise, ...
... this area is know for river rafting as well as hiking and biking. Truckee was an interesting old western town built on the transcontinental railway. We checked out the train station and apparently there's a passenger train that still goes all the way from Sacramento to Chicago. If you take this train, you can only go one way and must stay the night before returning to your original destination. On the way home, we stopped in ...
Up early and on the road by 7:30, taking care of a few shopping/admin things in downtown Sonoma before stopping for a late (and large) breakfast.....encountering perhaps the biggest biscuit ever made.
At this point we'd decided to leave Hwy 1 and the California coast behind, at least for this part of the trip, and inertia carried us through the Napa valley (with tons of traffic) and onward toward ...