My husband and I recently returned from a long needed vacation. We haven't gone anywhere, just the two of us, since we obtained custody of our grand-daughter Selene when she was just 21 days old. She is now three, and to be truthful, we needed a rest.
We flew into Reno and toured the city. A few casino's, a few dollars here and there, but then we took to the road to tour the local area.
Carson City is full of history! And some of the old buildings are beautiful. But it just wasn't what we wanted.
We took to the road in a rental car and headed towards Lake Tahoe. The scenery is beautiful but the weather was a little cold. Temperatures were in the low 40's during the day. I was not aware there were Paddle Boat tours on the lake and had no inclination to try one out in the cold.
This was one of the views from the bluff around the lake. Vikingsholm Castle is on Emerald Bay on the South end of the lake.
One of the many lake views on our time spent at Lake Tahoe.
The sky was overcast as they were predicting snow. Not wanting to be caught up on the windy roads in an economy car with no traction, we decided to head back into Reno.
We had quiet dinners with no interuptions, no cutting someone elses food, reminding the usage of dinner forks, no potty-chair, and actually finished conversations! But I did miss my little one. I phoned home several times to ask Uncle Joey and Aunt Sarah how she was doing. After a few days away from home, I was ready to return to my blessed life.