What is most notable about the 2019 market report for lakefront homes at Lake Tahoe is that we don’t have a lot of inventory. While inventory has continued to grow throughout the Tahoe basin all during 2019, that is not the case for homes actually located on Lake Tahoe. The Continue Reading
Snow! It’s here!
Nothing puts a smile on the face of a Tahoe local like a foot of fresh snow…especially if it comes after several years that were pretty dang feeble when it came to snow production. Now after the first good storm of the season on December 11th, Facebook was full of happy Continue Reading
Get thee to The Yoga Room!
Ah the fall. No crowds, leaves of yellow and orange, and yet still some fairly warm days to enjoy the quiet waters of Lake Tahoe. But don’t be fooled. Winter and skiing is just around the corner. When those deep snows, that we know are coming, arrive, you will want to be Continue Reading
Tahoe Rim Trail: Get Hiking!
The Tahoe Rim Trail is a 165 mile trail circling Lake Tahoe. It includes mile after mile of spectacular views of the lake, long saunters through fir forests, and small mountain lakes surrounded by granite peaks. Look for fields of wildflowers in the summer and the bright Continue Reading
Truckee River Stops Flowing! It’s nothing new!
By Tim Hauserman Humans practice a form of collective amnesia when it comes to weather events and climate. The recent dropping of Lake Tahoe below it’s natural rim of 6223 feet is a classic example. I heard a great deal of consternation among the local populace over Continue Reading
Bonsai Beach Cleanup III
By Tim Hauserman The Bonsai rock is an iconic granite boulder sitting just off the east shore of Lake Tahoe. It stands out amongst the thousands of other equally spectacular boulders because a tiny tree valiantly grows from it’s top. It’s a story of beating nearly Continue Reading
End of Summer? Nah!
By Tim Hauserman Yes, it’s happened once again. This incredibly fleeting event we call a Lake Tahoe summer is coming to a close. It gives us warm temperatures, blue skies (well, most of the time) and lots of fun things to do. We’ve been out riding our bikes at Tahoe Continue Reading
Wine and Wisdom at Sugar Pine!
By Tim Hauserman Author Frances Dikelspiel’s great, great grandfather Isias Hellman in 1903 constructed the building that was to become the Hellman-Ehrman Mansion, the centerpiece of Sugar Pine Point State Park. She has written a book, “Towers of Gold,” about the Continue Reading
Leave the car at home, get there by boat
By Tim Hauserman Summer in Tahoe is a beautiful thing. We’ve got the gorgeous blue skies. And day after day of Goldilocks temperatures. There are endless opportunities for recreation whether it is mountain biking at Burton Creek State Park, paddleboarding over to Emerald Continue Reading
Tahoe Music Institute
By Tim Hauserman Recently I attended a classic music recital put on by the Tahoe Music Institute. The institute is a local group of musicians who teach classical music to kids and adults in North Tahoe. The performance was an opportunity for the teachers and other Continue Reading