The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
Thank you so much for sharing your adventures.
Used to be able to tour the set of "Bonanza" up near Mt. Rose. It wasn't there any more the last time I was, but I remember being shocked at how small it actually was.There's one street that separates California from Nevada. You can gamble on one side of the street and not the other.Tahoe is a beautiful lake, but a little more crowded than I like--especially near the town of Reno Tahoe. Here are some fun facts about Tahoe. http://tinyurl.com/k2prm4eWe stayed on the Truckee right in Reno many times--Rich's sister lives there. In fact, I think where you were parked you probably could have seen my niece's house. Thanks for the memories.
That's such a beautiful area, snow or sunshine. When we used to vacation in Tahoe we always did the drive around the lake. :)
Aha! Finally you went someplace where I've actually been, Emerald Bay on Lake Tahoe. I think I was standing in the same spot as you were when you took that picture, I have shots that look exactly the same.Can't say I've ever seen that trailer, though. You certainly could pull it with your truck and those antlers would discourage jaywalkers... ;c)
We consider this one of the prettiest places we've ever been and always enjoy others shots of the area.
We have never spent any time exploring around Lake Tahoe and that is on my list. Love the Fanny Bridge picture. 38 here last night in WY.
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