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West Shore Neighborhood Pineland
The neighborhood of Pineland sits three miles south of Tahoe City on the west shore. It began when Bert Anderson purchased 135 acres of land along Ward Creek from Fred Kilner in the early 1940s. Anderson then built six homes in 1946 and called them...Read more
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Ride to Sierra Valley Farmers Market
Every Summer Friday is Farmers Market Day at Sierra Valley Farms in the northern end of Sierra Valley. The only on the farm Farmers Market in California is a fun and eclectic mix of vendors who provide delicious sandwiches and tasty pastries, fruit and vegetables,...Read more
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50th Anniversary Party
The Cobblestone and Hauserman Rental Group’s 50th Anniversary Party on June 25th was a great success. The front parking lot of the Cobblestone was closed and became party central. There were games for children and adults, food and drink, and the opportunity to mingle with...Read more
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Cobblestone 50th Anniversary
Fifty years goes by fast! This Saturday, June 25th, The Cobblestone shopping center is celebrating 50 years with a party! Come on down to the Cobblestone Parking lot between 1 and 5 pm to enjoy wine, beer, food, fun and games and, if you are...Read more
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Alpenglow Mountain Festival 2016
It’s back June 18-26 for the fourth time! North Tahoe’s iconic nine day celebration of running, paddling, hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, exploring, and practicing yoga and Pilates. Presented by Tahoe City’s own Alpenglow Sports, the festival is a chance to learn a new sport, push...Read more
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Tahoe Christmas in the springtime
They are a blaze of Christmas like red and green which brighten up the forest newly emerging from the snow. Shockingly red snow flowers looking like monster asparagus popping out of the pine needles. Bright green corn lilies, breaking through the dirt like cigar rolls...Read more
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Blackwood is Open
One of the finest places to ride a road bike in North Lake Tahoe is the seven mile road to the top of Barker Pass through Blackwood Canyon. It travels past aspen groves and wildflower dotted meadows, before beginning a five mile climb to the...Read more
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Riding the Truckee River Trail
In my last episode of the stirring drama which is the EnjoyTahoe blog, I talked about how bikers and cars could coexist in the bikers paradise that are the roads around Lake Tahoe during the busy summer months. In this post, I will talk about...Read more
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Share the Road
Road biking has become more popular then ever around Lake Tahoe over the past few years. With good reason, it’s an amazing place to ride. It’s May, so the roads and trails around Tahoe will soon fill up with road bikes trudging up Highway 267,...Read more
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A river runs through it
Big news! The Truckee River is once again running out of Lake Tahoe. On April 9th it inched it’s way above the 6223 foot natural rim, and began to slowly wind it’s way from the lake to the Truckee River Dam. Just a few days...Read more
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