Monday, June 29, 2009

Lake Tahoe

Now I understand why this area is so popular. The lake is beautiful. We drove all the way around it today -- about 72 miles. The trees here are amazing, and the air smells of pine. Maybe that's how the makers of Pine-Sol got the idea. The Zephyr Cove Resort RV Park is in a national forest, but is run by Aramark, the big company that operates a lot of facilities in national parks. Maybe that's why this is the most expensive campground we've stated in so far. The campground is laid out around the big trees, which makes for a really nice campground, but with some rather tight spaces for a big trailer. But we got through with no dents or dings. Getting out will be easy since our site is right across from the exit. No pictures today. Hey, I'm retired!


Blogger jettybeach said...

Love reading your blog. Feel like I'm right there with you.

7:34 PM  
Blogger Susan said...

I just read all your blogs from day 1 to the present -- it was more interesting than the novel I'm reading. What great adventures you're having; it sounds wonderful. Your boy scout training is coming in handy.

5:02 AM  

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