Memorial Day Weekend: Camping in Tahoe

The mountains are calling and I must go.    – John Muir

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Camp was established.

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Fishing commenced.

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Some were released.

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Some were eated.

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Nature was enjoyed.

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P1000472The nights were chilly, the days sunny and brisk. Cell phones were turned off, emails, blogs, and social networks forgotten. There were quiet moments alone basking in the sun, and shared moments of joy over fish caught and full moons. Captain Crunch was consumed and tasted of childhood, fresh trout were consumed and tasted of clean wildness. Carving moments of bliss out of busy schedules is what life is all about.

Always, Sierra

How was your Memorial Day?

What’s your favorite breakfast cereal?

When’s the last time you went camping? Where’d you go?

 

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6 thoughts on “Memorial Day Weekend: Camping in Tahoe

  1. That looks lovely! My Memorial Day was cool. Kept it low-key with the bro-ski yesterday.

    I’m partial to a nice bowl of Captain Crunch — WITH Crunch Berries — or Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

    The next time I’m in the Bay we should go camping (thinking August or September). XO

    • So turns out they now have Cinnamon Roll Captain Crunch! These kids today don’t know how good they have it :D. We went for the crunch berries though, you can’t go wrong with crunch berries!

      We should definitely camp next time you’re up. We’ve all talked about doing an easy over nighter somewhere close like Chabot, and just grabbing pizza and beer on the way. Can’t wait to see that gorgeous face, and I loved your pool outfit!

  2. Shut your mouth! Had no idea that cinnamon roll Captain Crunch existed! I’m afraid to try it. As the saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it.” LOL.

    And thanks! Miss your face. Indeed. It will be a joyous occasion when we reunite!

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