|Kayaking on Northeast Shore|
|Our Humble Abode|
|A Windy Day of Kayaking|
|Great Mex Food next Door|
|Passing by Mono Lake|
|Day of Bike Riding in South Lake Tahoe|
|I'm a hiker ... not a biker! But, look at that view!|
- "Tahoe" means "water in a high place."
- It is the highest lake of its size in the U.S.
- The water in the lake could cover California with 15 inches.
- The water is 99.9% pure.
- The lake sits at 6,220' in elevation and its max depth is 1645'.
- The largest fish ever caught in the lake was a 37 lb. Mackinaw lake trout. (Shout out to Mike Lemay.)
- The lake was formed by the rise and fall of the earth's crust.
- A nearby ancient volcano formed the high ridge northern boundaries of the lake.
These photos are a few miscellaneous shots that describe our week. If anyone has other photos that would fit this entry, please send them and they will be added. Following this entry, there will be detailed hike blog entries for each day. Our schedule was as follows:
Monday - Tamarack Lake and Keith's Dome Ridge
Tuesday - Cathedral Lake and Mt. Tallac
Wednesday - Grass Lake
Thursday - Eagle Lake and Upper Velma Lake
Friday - Rubicon Trail
Last but not least, Lettie did a fantastic job planning and carrying out this wonderful excursion that included a strenuous, moderately strenuous, and moderate group of hikers. Kudos Lettie!! Then, when Lettie was unexpectedly called away, David M. took over with poise and aplomb! Great job, David!
|Social Hour at the Motel|
|Kayaking on Lake Tahoe|
|Kayaking out of Sand Harbor|