Monthly Archives: October 2012
“Are you up for a ride? Hop in, lets see if we can burn a little rubber.”
So, when you’re cruising up US 395, you go through the town of Lone Pine. Just outside of town is the Mount Whitney Visitor Center. I grabbed this shot of Whitney and the Alabama Hills while visiting the Center.
It was a travel day. We had been skiing 9 to 5 the last couple of days and today’s mountain was an hour’s drive away. We left early and drove south on the 89, along the western shore of Lake … Continue reading
The Cal Neva Resort & Casino sits on the California/Nevada border on the north shore of Lake Tahoe. When I say sits, I mean sits. The state line runs right through the middle of the hotel. The Cal Neva first … Continue reading
Lake Tahoe was a treasure for the Washo Tribe. The Indians fished, hunted, and gathered at a place known as Sand Harbor. Today, Sand Harbor is primarily a place for tourist, and locals alike, to gather for fun. Fishing, swimming, … Continue reading
Whenever we travel to the north shore of Lake Tahoe we always stay at the same motel. Next door to the motel is this small daycare center. I took this shot several years ago during one of our annual ski … Continue reading
Wednesday, March 4th, 2009 was a good day. It was third day of a great Lake Tahoe Ski Week and we were excited about the day’s conditions. One look down State Route 28 gave us the answer we were looking … Continue reading
October is my favorite month of the year. Well, that’s if you don’t count November, December, January, February, and March. See where I’m going here. Fall is here, and winter is right around the corner, and that means snow! Snow … Continue reading
I’ve been told change is necessary. That may, or may not, be true. Yes, I know change is inevitable. Change happens. Everything changes over time, and we can’t stop time. Or can we? I love the desert. No, I don’t … Continue reading
Well, summer’s over and fall is upon us. The beaches belong to the locals again, and this guy is one happy flapper.