So while there is plenty of stuff to do on the water around Lake Tahoe, there’s also a good deal of activities on land as well, including mountain biking:
You’ll catch some stunning views of the lake in some spots, but this trail in particular had some harrowing parts where the trail was approximately a third of the width you see here, with a super steep drop to the left of you….
So again, lots of fun, totally glad we didn’t die.
Just wanted to share some photos with you all- with or without the death defying bike ride, it’s definitely a place you want to visit.
This was from the Girls in Gis event where I taught a mini seminar a little while ago… It takes a good deal of trust to just hang on someone while they stand there, hold on to you with one arm and chat about what to do next.
Fortunately Sarah and I have been training together for over 8 years and have gotten to the point of speaking only in half sentences sometimes to one another. While not every training partner relationship needs to be this way, I do hope you have training partners that you feel you can trust to not let you fall.
Happy Friday everyone! I’m 99% sure I’ve mentioned this before, but I’ve been listening to music with lyrics in French, in order to increase my exposure to the language as I’m learning it- and also, it’s just fun.
Anyway, here’s some music to get you into a groove for Saturday and Sunday- have a great weekend everyone!
Well, a couple days this week were kind of doozies- jetlag, spending the night in an airport, and all other sorts of tomfoolery. But, I’m back now so hopefully posting will get back to a more consistent rate.
As a sort of apology, here’s a photo from my trip: