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You know when you’re hiking and you’re tired and your knees ache and your feet swell but you walk on? A rhythm governs your pace, and one, two, three, five more miles later your feet, knees, and legs feel like … Continue reading
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There used to be an active train tunnel above Donner Lake. Now, it’s a concrete canvas. br />
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After a grueling 4 mile climb, visit with the bike patrol and a thick roll of gauze the Flume trail showed why it is one of the most famous bike trails with jaw dropping vistas of Lake Tahoe. Thanks to … Continue reading
Crash! Wood splinters shoot into the air and the green knight is flung from his saddle! With a metallic thud he met the ground. The black knight triumphantly trotting cockily around the crowd thrusts his jousting pole high up in … Continue reading
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Tagged Community, Costumes, Family, Knights, Lake Tahoe, photography, Renaissance Faire, South Lake Tahoe, Time Travel, travel, Turkey Legs, Writing
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Would you rather live in the mountains or on the beach for the rest of your life? Well, what if I told you that you could have both here at the Hellman-Erhman Mansion. The mansion, better known as Pine Lodge, … Continue reading
May 27, 2013
Tagged California, Day Trips, Family Trips, Hiking, Lake Tahoe, Memorial Day Weekend, Nature, Nevada, photography, travel, Wildlife
I’ll be leaving my friends in Boulder Colorado in 2 days for 8 months to be home for summer and abroad in Europe starting in August. Our short adventure reminded me why I’m going to miss them. Except for this … Continue reading