Tahoe Beach and Ski Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... of the air- pure pine needles. I have never smelt anything like it- I wish that smell could be bottled up and taken away.
No-one was here- it was so quiet and relaxing.
On Sunday the weather cleared and I saw the true beauty of the lake. I have been very fortunate with my travels and have travelled all around the World but this lake really is something. Even suffering with the drought ...
... we have the next 4 days to buy an item/s of clothing for our chosen person and make it as weird as possible then on our free day in San Fransisco we have to wear it all day. We then played another game with the hat where we all had to write down 4 celebrities/characters and draw them out one by one. We were split into two teams and when you drew out a name you had to describe it and the rest of your team had ...
Day 42 - 5/18/2014
19 miles to a windy low pine campsite. (577.5)
Today was our first day into the Southern tip of the Sierras. We are carrying 8 days of food and 2 days of water. We are supposed to hit a trickle of a spring tomorrow. We hope to each get a couple liters there. After a couple days of higher elevation we dip back down into the Mojave for one last hurrah. After that it's a steady climb up to Kennedy Meadows. And onward to Forester Pass at 13,000 feet. Hah! I'm so ...
Awoke to a beautiful sunny day! In the afternoon, we took a bicycle ride to Fallen Leaf Lake and enjoyed nature at its finest. Cathy is a devoted bird watcher and we were delighted to observe a male and female woodpecker building their nest in a decayed tree stump. That evening we attended a play called "American Idiots" at the South Tahoe High School. It was very well ...
... of Yosemite. Bodie was a most fascinating ghost town. You could almost call it an American Pompeii. Since its apogee in the 1880s, when thousands of tons of gold was mined, the town declined, until it was made a national park in 1962. What you see is what happened after the second fire of 1932. Abandoned houses, many still furnished with broken furniture, tattered wallpaper ...