Showing posts with label california. Show all posts
Showing posts with label california. Show all posts

Monday, April 05, 2010

Spring Lake Tahoe Snowstorm

Snow on the Subaru
Last night a spring snowstorm lashed out at the Tahoe Basin and blanketed the upper elevations of the Sierra mountains with a fresh coat of snow 20-30 inches deep. Down at Lake level we even got a foot! I saw this thing coming and we were prepared for this storm. We were early to rise and shine and wasted no time heading up to Sierra at Tahoe. We were early enough for eighth chair which meant I was the first one down a run called Eastabout. I had fresh untracked powder from top to bottom, it was awesome!

Waiting for Grandview to Open

Flowski Skiing the Sierra Powder
Jon Chest Deep in Powder at Sierra

King Chair Cave at Sierra at Tahoe
Scott Levy at the Cave
Scott Ripping up the Powder at Sierra
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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Sierra Today

Sierra at Tahoe
It was another wonderful spring day on the mountain today. Not quite as hot up there as yesterday so the snow never really softened up in the shadows of the trees, but it was fun none-the-less, especially on the sides of the groomers where there was like a 2" layer of sweet peel off corn snow. We have a little snow possible tonight, in fact it's coming down as graupel right now. Although the snow is disappearing from around town, the snow base is holding up very well with 102" being reported, no brown spots on the hill at all.

Welcome to Sierra
John in the Sierra Repair Tent

Looking up at the Trees at Sierra
Mossy Trees at Sierra
Lower Main Sierra at Tahoe

Flowski skiing some trees at Sierra

Jack Tree Skiing

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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Lake Tahoe, California

We just got back in town after an awesome weekend at the Phish festival. Here's a nice photo of Lake Tahoe coming down from Spooner Pass on US 50 from Carson City, NV.

Monday, November 02, 2009

Welcome to California

The "Welcome to California" sign along US 395 south, entering from Nevada.
California's Topaz Lake greets Cali visitors.

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Moon Rise Mojave Desert

This evening we were driving US 395 in California out of San Bernadino when I captured a photo of the moon rising over the Mojave Desert at Sunset.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Halloween Phish 8 Festival

Happy Halloween everybody!!! It's day two of the 3-day Phish 8 festival in Indio, California and it's gonna be a party. Everyone is speculating about which album Phish is going to cover for Halloween tonight. My friends Jake and Heather have been telling me "the horns are hired" and that means the Rolling Stones, guess we will see.

Phish fans dressed up as Ghost Busters.

This moving sculpture was among the interesting pieces of art in the festival grounds.

Phish 8 Speakers

The Phish 8 Beer Garden

Walking to the main stage at Phish 8 Festival

Phish General Merchandise shop.

A look at the Ferris Wheel in the Phish concert area from across the field by the main vendors area.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Brandon's in Clear Lake, CA

We are chillin' at friends in Clear Lake, CA.

Brandon winning Phish RV Pass for Phish 8 Halloween in Indio, CA on eBay.

Steph and Bob at Brandon on the Balcony overlooking Clear Lake.

Cute Dog Pictures.



Saturday, October 24, 2009

Citrus Heights, CA Skate Park

Dwight Skates Citrus Heights, CA Skate Park

Located at Rusch Park 7355 Antelope Road in Citrus Heights, California.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Reagan Beach Park South Lake Tahoe, CA

We just drove over 2000 miles from Nashville, TN and we are now home in Lake Tahoe, but not to stay, just for a day or two. We are picking up Dwight, looks like he's going to Phish 8 with us.

We went down to Reagan Beach Park just off of Lake View Ave. in South Lake Tahoe, CA and caught the park in it's autumn splendor. The fall colors looking great on a lovely fall day.

Reagan Beach features something for all ages including a nice lakeside playground for the kids, volleyball and a wedding ceremony area for adults.