We’re off in a few days for 2 weeks at my favorite place on Earth. Lake Tahoe. It’s where I want my ashes dropped or at least in the vicinity(ha, ha,).
But the first night it’s just the 2 of us. Then the next day B has to come home because our son is having a surgical procedure and it will involve anesthesia so someone needs to take him and bring him home. So, my daughter will drive up with the dogs for 3 nights and then B will come back up on Sunday. It will be a little juggling around till Monday and then we should be good. Someone has to be here to take care of the 2 cats and the goat and chickens. Plus watering gardens. I’ll drive back down myself probably Monday.
But overall it should be wonderful will nice temperatures and even cool at night.
I’ve been packing dry food and others things. I also put out the 2 Lodges to take.
Mostly it’ll be relaxing, reading and walking. This year we bought a screened tent to put over the table. It may rain so this would help some. I didn’t want to get an EZ up after I saw how big they are and they weigh a lot. Usually, we try and buy one new item each camping season to add to our gear.
Nothing new on the dog front. Haven’t seen the lady or her dogs so I’m hoping she’s not coming to the park at all.
I’m excited I tried making bagels and they came out pretty good. I’d ordered a few things from King Arthur Flour and one was non diastatic barley malt powder. It’s what makes NY bagels , well, NY bagels. I think they came out great but my oven wasn’t calibrating (which it does from time to time) so the heat wasn’t coming up to 425. So it was a little hit and miss.
a little fuzzy on the last picture
2 thoughts on “Getting ready for Tahoe”
Yum! I’ve never tried homemade bagels, but those look great. Enjoy your time in Tahoe!
I hope you have a splendid time at your soul-spot.