BAHM!

It’s here navigate to these guys. Summer. Out of the blue. So we kinda had spring over winter and into early spring, then we had a rainy season called May, and now, within about 36 hours we have summer. Bahm. …

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Fall’s Best

I’m sure you’ve heard this before, but fall is one of the best seasons in Tahoe.  There are several reasons; the crowds are gone, the weather is still nice, the food and wine festivals start up including the ‘brats and…

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Daffodil Hill

Last weekend, a couple of us went to Daffodil Hill in Volcano California.  This little gem sits in the Sierra foothills and is about 73 miles from South Lake Tahoe.  It was absolutely beautiful! Daffodil Hill is a brief event,…

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Ah, the Vernal Equinox!

Doesn’t quite have the same ring as ‘Ah, Spring’, does it?  But that is what it is. The Vernal Equinox actually means something besides the change of seasons.  For those literal minded types, vernal denotes ‘spring’ and equinox mean ‘equal…

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Changing seasons

One of the best things about Tahoe is the changing seasons.  And people come here for the seasons. The most popular are winter and summer, but people are really missing out when they skip the other two. Especially fall. Fall…

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Fall Colors

There is a definite shift that happens this time of year and it is reflected everywhere. If I only had one word to describe the shift, I think it would be soft. Soft light, soft breeze, soft temperature, soft color,…

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Wring. Or is it Sprinter?

Winter has come late to the party.  After one of the driest winters in over 100 years, 1888 they say, we’ve now had several storms bringing several feet of snow in the month of March.  There’s a big storm coming in…

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Glaciers in Tahoe

Glaciers are alive and well in Tahoe.  A smaller version of alpine glaciers, they can be found next to most driveways.  The glaciers advance and retreat like the Perito Moreno in Patagonia or the Aletsch in Switzerland.  Ok, these aren’t actual glaciers. …

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