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Old 21st August 2009, 11:42   #16
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Good pics Chevelle! I'd been there in Dec, 2004 and it looked a lot different in winter. We also drove further to Reno.
We'd stopped exactly at the same location as you for taking that pic of the Tahoe runway---I still have the pics on my camcorder.
We also drove by Emerald Bay and saw most of what you've posted.
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Good pics Chevelle! I'd been there in Dec, 2004 and it looked a lot different in winter. We also drove further to Reno.
We'd stopped exactly at the same location as you for taking that pic of the Tahoe runway---I still have the pics on my camcorder.
We also drove by Emerald Bay and saw most of what you've posted.
Yes, it looks a lot different in winter. that's why people go twice usually. we will be going again in winter too.

you can share your pics here if you want to. emerald bay is a must visit place. did u go down to vikingshlom castle?
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Chevelle, Thanks for the beautiful pictures. They took me back 8 years in time when I was in Sacramento. Lake Taho, what clean and pure water, the greenery and the mountain roads, makes me nostalgic.

Where in sacramento are you based? folsom/ Rancho Cordova or somewhere else. Is the Taj Mahla restraunt still there in Lake Tahoe?
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Thanks for the beautiful pictures. Reminds me of the time when I missed the chance to go to the lake. I was very close to it still couldn't go. It was a miss!!
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Yes, it looks a lot different in winter. that's why people go twice usually. we will be going again in winter too.

you can share your pics here if you want to. emerald bay is a must visit place. did u go down to vikingshlom castle?
I have videos in my camcorder, and I'll try to upload some of them.
No, we did not visit Vikingshlom Castle---I do recall seeing a similar structure from a vista point high up on the road beside the lake---BTW, we returned not via US 50, but by a slightly longer route via Auburn---don't remember the freeway number.
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I have videos in my camcorder, and I'll try to upload some of them.
BTW, we returned not via US 50, but by a slightly longer route via Auburn---don't remember the freeway number.
sure, would luv to see the videos.

that would be us-80
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