Get ready, get set…bike! On our minimoon list of adventures was a bike ride in and around Genoa, Nevada. I had wanted to do the 72 miler around Lake Tahoe, but I definitely would need to train for it forever and get used to sitting on a bike saddle for more than a couple of hours. 😁 Instead, the Hubs picked a manageable 19-mile route along the Jack’s Valley Loop. The ride was relatively flat and there were minimal cars – my kind of ride! We saw a legit barn, lots of open landscapes, farm life, and blue skies. We stopped for many a picture. We also saw a few places we’d like to visit if we ever made it back to the area. Our future day trip: hot springs for relaxation, the pink house for tea, and Main Street for shopping. And at the end of our loop we spotted the best street sign/name. Where are some of your favorite road bike routes? Share below!
The Hubs and I love exploring the outdoors and Lake Tahoe was the perfect place to wander natures. One of our adventures: Eagle Falls! There’s a short loop and a long trail that leads you to desolation wilderness. We stuck with the short loop. In the off season, there is plenty of parking. There’s also no parking fee! We hiked to the Vista shortly after sunrise and the views were breathtaking. What a serene place to relax, meditate, and clear your mind while getting some fresh air in your lungs. Ahhh… Where do you like to unwind? Share below!
Wake up early. Experience the sunrise. Eat breakfast by a waterfall. Watch photographers. This is married life. Here are some scenes from our Tahoe Minimoon at Emerald Bay. Best sunrise ever. Go!
Basecamp! This was the perfect boutique hotel to stay at during our short minimoon adventure. We arrived much later than expected (way past check-in time), but the front desk was eager to welcome us. Our room was nice and toasty! And I absolutely loved the bed backdrop. We actually got some exploration ideas from the map. The hotel also equipped us with a pocket guide filled with adventure ideas. Since most of the previous few weeks were filled with wedding prep, I hadn’t had time to plan much for our minimoon. The pocket guide was super helpful! Amenities at Basecamp are minimal, but complete. Shampoo, conditioner and body wash in clean scents, soap and lotion (the lotion was amazing in keeping my skin hydrated in the cold, dry climate). And the decor was also simple, but brilliant. During peak season, I imagine the hotel is filled and there’s a lot more mingling with your fellow vacationers. Since we were there in the off season it almost felt like a private getaway. Breakfast was included with our stay. It …