After traveling around Lake Tahoe this past week I can hardly invision a more beautiful place. My husband (that seems to weird to type) and I were just talking about this during our drive to Genoa, Nevada (to the"Oldest Thirst Parlor in Nevada"). Since we will soon be hitting the open road in our RV (less than a year...the countdown is on) we were speaking about how hard it will be to leave such an amazing area. But, in almost the same breath, I realized that we have probably spoken those same words about other places we've been:
Watching the fog envelope the redwoods at the Russian River.
The sun rising over the water in Cabo.
Followed by setting baby turtles free...
Sitting quietly at the water's edge making a perfect reflection at Lola Montez Lake.
Snorkeling in the clear waters in Belize (and later looking for manatee).
Gazing in awe at the magnificence of nature.
|Mt. Shasta...I will climb her one day...I will.|
|Wizard Island, Crater Lake|
|Smith Rock State Park, Oregon|
|Somewhere between Indian Sands and Thomas Creek, Oregon|
|Sand Harbor North Lake Tahoe|