Family, Jace, Lake Tahoe

Hidden beach at Lake Tahoe

Hi friends! Long time no talk. Hope you all had a wonderful holiday weekend. We sure did, and just got back from Lake Tahoe.  I already want to go back, back to where the water is aqua and teal and blue and beautiful. Reminds me of the water in Oia or Capri. It’s breathtaking. Makes you want to jump in, swim to the other side or just drink a cold glass of water.  Ha. The water wasn’t freezing either, just what every lake temp is that I’ve been in. Warmer than the ocean up here, that’s for sure. We met up with my family and stayed 4 days in a darling little lake house rental {thanks, Airbnb!}. Our rental was walking distance to King’s Beach, fireworks and lake excursions. I definitely recommend paddle boarding at this beach. Amazing and very easy. Except, a small wave came up fast and I freaked and about did a cartwheel, flopping off my board. Now, THAT’S a cold water plunge! On our last day, before we made the long drive home, Rob and I stopped at Hidden Beach, a little beach south of Incline Village {on the Nevada side}. Yes, I read about it in Sunset Magazine and was determined to hit up one spot mentioned in last year’s Tahoe issue. It was a little hard to get to {a 20-min walk if you don’t find close parking}, but worth it {if you don’t have a baby to backpack around}. . . definitely one of those coves you’d want to park your boat for awhile. Great for snorkeling and adventures with your doggies. Not as family-friendly {by that I mean baby-friendly}. But we like a challenge and sweated our way to and from it. Whatever. Jace did great though and slept in the Ergo. The pictures alone were worth our time. Lake Tahoe did not disappoint. And I think it wowed my family just as much as it wowed us again. More pictures to come!

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  • Reply Nichole Viles July 8, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    AMAZING pictures!!! I love the pictures of you guys with Jace :) The colors are breathtaking

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