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Hiking along Eastman Lake on the Lakeview Trail

We were in need of a workout hike before storms hit and came up with one that was uphill both ways. The rolling Lakeview Trail along Eastman Lake had plenty of workout for us and if we were lucky, we just might spot a Bald Eagle. Distance: 8.76 Miles Difficulty: Easy to Moderate, depending on how far you go Elevation ...

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Lisa’s List: Three Yoga Poses To Do Every Day

The rule of three is a principle that suggests a trio of events or characters is more humorous, satisfying, or effective than other numbers. The concept, in this case, may have evolved from early days of storytelling: think Three Little Pigs, Three Billy Goats Gruff, and the Three Muskateers. It’s no fairy tale that lots of good things come in ...

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Snowshoeing Tamarack Ridge

Lots and lots of wonderful new snow had recently dumped on our local mountains so you know what we did. We loaded up and headed to one of our favorite places above Shaver Lake to go play. Sure enough, we had a perfect day all to ourselves on the Tamarack Trail. Where: Tamarack SNO-PARK, Sierra National Forest Distance: 5.06 miles ...

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Lisa’s List: Three Motivational Thoughts

“A pattern can be called a pattern only if it has been applied to a real world solution at least three times,” according to the rule of three. The power of three is universal, representing body, mind and soul. From three piece suits to tricycles and BLTs, wonderful things come in threes. And, as it turns out, if you try something three times ...

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Hiking to Stevenson Falls

It has been a couple of years since I hiked to Stevenson Falls and am revisiting this hike from 2016 because this is the perfect time of the year to go .  . . plus I didn’t have another blog ready for this Sunday. I have updated it a bit from the original blog and reformatted some of the pictures. ...

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ACT Dog Of The Week: Say Hello To Chunks

The Animal Compassion Team (ACT) foster and adoption Dog of the Week for SNO is a fairly large fella whose face is bound to produce a chuckle. “Hi, I’m Chunks! My foster mom says I’m a big four-year-old baby who is full of squish. I am house-trained, walk well on a leash and love all people. I also am good ...

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Lisa’s List: Three Things To Do With Fireplace Ashes

“A pattern can be called a pattern only if it has been applied to a real world solution at least three times,” according to the rule of three. The power of three is universal, representing body, mind and soul. From three piece suits to tricycles and BLTs, wonderful things come in threes. And, as it turns out, if you try something three times ...

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How to Locate Really Local Weather Information

I thought you might like to know what I do to determine the weather for the day, whether I am hiking or just hanging out. I have a bit of a routine and there is no need to keep it a secret in case it might help you. I have several weather pages set to open on my start tabs ...

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Snowshoeing to Dewey Point during the Government Shutdown

The Federal Government shutdown made it a bit harder for us to get up to Yosemite Ski and Snowboard Area (Badger Pass) after a good storm that deposited lots of snow but we were determined to get up there and check out the tremendous views from Dewey Point. Where: Yosemite National Park Distance: 7.57 Miles Difficulty: Moderate Elevational Range: 7,234′ ...

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ACT Dogs Of The Week: Livy And Lizzy

The Animal Compassion Team (ACT) foster and adoption Dogs of the Week for SNO are the last two pups of their litter. Meet Livy and Lizzy, little nine week old, three-to-four-pound Chihuahua and Dachshund mix girls who are about as sweet as they come. They do not have to be adopted out together but surely can be a pair if ...

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