For forty years he was able to relive some of his fondest childhood memories of sliding behind the milkman’s sleigh to the sound of bells keeping beat to a horse’s trot back in Massachusetts. Little did he know in 1969 that he would spend the rest of his life giving sleigh rides at Lake Tahoe; […]
Tahoe Rim Trail 3rd Edition 2012, is written by local author Tim Hauserman who has hiked the entire trail, every inch. He’s biked the open sections, has volunteered to build trail sections, and is one of the biggest advocates for the TRTA. He’s one heck of a writer too. An avid adventurer and explorer, Tim […]
No, it’s not named after any resemblance to Pakistan’s K2.
It’s named after Kick Turns. 22 of them. […]
A classic whodunit mystery thriller written by South Shore author, Todd Borg, perfect for the winter.
Tahoe Avalanche. […]
Maeko Bradshaw recently took over the independent press from Kim Wyatt, who founded the company in 2009, specializing in nonfiction and poetry. Bradshaw, a Tahoe local, received an MS in book publishing from Portland State University. Her first release as Bona Fide’s publisher, “Permanent Vacation II: 18 Writers on Life and Work in Our National Parks,” will […]
The Re-Ride of the Pony Express Trail from St. Joseph, Missouri, to Sacramento, California, will pass through South Lake Tahoe in front of Harrah’s at Friday’s Station to exchange the Mochila in June – check back for the exact date and time. […]
Rubicon Point Lighthouse.
Elevation 6,580 ft. […]
Located at about 6,000 feet in Truckee, Donner Memorial State Park includes the Emigrant Trail Museum and Pioneer Monument, built to commemorate those who emigrated to California from the east in the mid-1800s. […]
Images of Sports: The 1960 Winter Olympics by David C. Antonucci showcases the highlights of the games through vintage images. […]