Postcard from Lake Tahoe!The colors in this photo were almost overwhelming. Ski runs coming down the mountain.The black outline in the lower left side of this photo is a resort that manages to hide itself into the mountain. Great architecture.In order to take these photos, I grabbed a bike from the Plump Jack, our resort. Old school beach cruiser, reverse-petal brakes and three gears. Made for a good shot, though!Squaw Valley 2According to some locals we spoke with, Emerald Bay is the most photographed spot on the lake. Easy to see why!It's too bad we didn't have a chance to head down to the island in the bay. Looked fun - like Alcatraz, but with trees!Blue pagota dockCouldn't miss the opportunity for a great photo as we celebrated happy hour with our friends at the Gar Woods Restaurant.This was our first impression of the lake. Kings Beach is close to the Nevada / California border on the north side of the lake. It was surprising to find an actual beach here.Kings Beach DockKings Beach 2Right outside of our hotel window was a very modern looking gondola that lead up to a peak of the Squaw Valley mountains. Wasn't running, unfortunately...Fenceline Mountain Pass

Greetings from Lake Tahoe

My wife and I had an opportunity to attend a friend’s wedding in Lake Tahoe on an absolutely perfect fall weekend in October. The weather couldn’t have been more cooperative for some fantastic late autumn photos one day before the first snowfall of the year. Checking.