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July 28, 2014 | Tim Hauserman While many folks who come to Tahoe for the summer have plans that involve lounging on the beach or sipping a cocktail on the Sunnyside deck, those who have signed up to race the Lake Tahoe Ironman have different plans. They come here to train for what has been […]Read More
July 15, 2014 | Tim Hauserman While I’ve spent a lot of time enjoying the Sierra wilderness and know the names of most of the trees and wildflowers, when it comes to bird knowledge, I’ve been a Top 20 Biggest Hits Celebrity Bird kinda guy. I only knew the usual suspects: the Steller’s Jay, Robins, […]Read More
The Sunnyside of Life Tahoe Quarterly: Summer 2014 July 11, 2014 New chef adds flair, keeps classics in this favorite summer spot Written by Susan D. Rock Fish tacos and zucchini sticks, margaritas and mai tais, all served on a hopping lakeside deck on a Tahoe summer day. Sunnyside Restaurant is all that, and lately, a lot more. A […]Read More
June 30, 2014 | Tim Hauserman For 44 years, the Community of Writers in Squaw Valley has been a place for writers to learn the challenging art of making words sing. Every summer, writers take part in intensive week long workshops to better their craft, while enjoying a week of Squaw Valley sunshine. This year […]Read More
June 19, 2014 | Tim Hauserman Alpenglow Sports in Tahoe City presents the second annual Alpenglow Mountain Festival from June 21st through June 29th. The festival includes outdoor activities as well as movie presentations and athletic product demos. It’s all free and open to the public and geared towards a wide range of abilities. The […]Read More
June 3, 2014 | Tim Hauserman The Tahoe City Downtown Association’s mission is “to enhance and promote a vibrant and prosperous commercial and social center for residents and visitors to Downtown Tahoe City.” In other words, it’s a bunch of folks who love our little town and are doing their best to make it even […]Read More
Lake Tahoe: Sierra Nevada paradise offers more than stunning scenery By Ari Burack May 25, 2014 | SF Examiner The streams of summer visitors to California’s great sapphire jewel in the Sierra Nevada might seem a little farther away when you’re dangling 40 feet above the forest floor, your brain a heady mix of pine-scented adrenaline. […]Read More
May 20, 2014 | Tim Hauserman It’s time to begin to make plans for big summertime adventures. If your heart is set on finally conquering that lengthy backpack in the Sierra, then I’ve found a good source for the information you will need to make the trip a success. Pick up a copy of Donner […]Read More
May 15, 2014 | Tim Hauserman In recent blog posts I talked about paddling and hiking…now let’s move on to springtime mountain biking. North Tahoe and Truckee have some of the world’s best mountain biking, and fortunately, a good bit of it pops out from under the snow before some of the higher altitude hiking […]Read More
May 6, 2014 | Tim Hauserman It’s getting warm. The snow has melted at lake level and a few flowers are just about to poke up their heads. It’s time to hike. While some of the higher sections of the west shore will still be covered in snow for another month or more, a number […]Read More