Lake Tahoe is Americas’s second deepest lake and my safe haven for the past 28 years. I have loved Tragic Season (Fall before Winter arrives and Spring before the summer season hits), full-blown winters, 4th of July on the Lake and every moment in between. Nestled in the heart of the Sierra Nevada on the California side, Squaw Valley and Tahoe City became my homes away from home and nothing felt more familiar or safe to me for all those years. As I find myself on the other side of the globe in these early spring days, I feel the pull of the mountains and my lake. I truly hope I will see it again and/or discover my new Tahoe which I believe will be Höga Kusten. Until then, here are a few pictures from the past ten years in Tahoe:
For those of you who are not familiar with the various projects around this Lake, there are currently plans to build a gigantic hotel in Homewood on the West Shore which would make the 5 mile drive to Tahoe City 2 hours during 4th of July weekend, as well as a gigantic outdoor waterslide in Squaw Valley. As far as I am concerned, this would be a disaster for residents, tourists, critters and nature and I can only repeat over and over “KEEP TAHOE TRUE”!