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Author archive for Tim Hauserman

  • Ropin’ & ridin’ at Truckee Rodeo

    By Tim Hauserman on August 20, 2014
    Story by Tim Hauserman  ·  Photos by Larry Buranzon  ·   The Truckee Rodeo is celebrating its 40th year on Aug. 23 and 24 at the McIver Arena in Truckee. Rodeo developed in the Western United States as a chance for cowboys and cowgirls to show off the horsemanship and roping skills they developed while working with cattle. Later, it […]
  • Tahoe Time | Enjoy West Shore’s bike trails

    By Tim Hauserman on August 13, 2014
    Story by Tim Hauserman  ·   Hurricane Bay is a great place to stop for a break and take a dip into Lake Tahoe.  |  Tim Hauserman  · Lake Tahoe’s only outlet is the Truckee River at the Tahoe City dam.  |  Tim Hauserman  · For 10 miles, from Fanny Bridge in Tahoe City to the southern edge of Sugar […]
  •  Moe’s Original Bar B Que

    By Tim Hauserman on August 13, 2014
    By Tim Hauserman ·  For several months as I walked along the lake in Tahoe City, I’ve been noticing a coming soon banner for Moe’s Original Bar B Que. It’s always exciting to see a new restaurant come to our little town, but especially when it sits in the same location as the once popular Lakehouse Pizza and equally popular […]
  • Mahogany magic Barrelbacks featured at Concours d’Elegance

    By Tim Hauserman on August 6, 2014
    By Tim Hauserman  ·     Steve Lapkin  |  h2omark.com  · Once again, the Concours d’Elegance will grace Lake Tahoe with a gathering of fine antique and classic boats on Aug. 8 and 9. It’s Tahoe’s annual gathering of those incredible marvels of mahogany, and one of the best antique boat shows in America. The Concours d’Elegance is produced by […]
  • On the Tahoe Rim Trail | Go play in the woods

    By Tim Hauserman on July 23, 2014
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman  · The 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail has become a highlight of life in the Tahoe region. Hike the entire trail and you will walk through deep forests, pass sparkling lakes, and climb over starkly beautiful alpine passes. And, the TRT is a circle, so as you walk you can look out over the lake […]
  • Tahoe Time | North Shore’s scenic bike trails

    By Tim Hauserman on July 23, 2014
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman  ·   The trail along the Truckee River is one of the region’s most scenic.  · North Tahoe is blessed with an extensive network of bike trails. Whether you are spinning along the Truckee River or riding next to the lakeshore, the trails are easy to ride and a great way to get around. […]
  • Spiritual journey | Wanderlust brings yoga to the Sierra

    By Tim Hauserman on July 16, 2014
    By Tim Hauserman  |  All photos provided by Wanderlust Squaw Valley  ·     Courtesy Wanderlust Squaw Valley  · The Wanderlust Festival returns to its birthplace at Squaw Valley from July 17 to 20. The annual event attracts thousands who come to enjoy some of the world’s greatest yoga teachers, an impressive lineup of musical acts, interesting and thought-provoking speakers, […]
  • Tahoe Time | Road biking heaven at Barker Pass

    By Tim Hauserman on July 9, 2014
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman  ·   The ride Blackwood Canyon to Barker Pass 14 miles roundtrip | Easy to strenuous Add a hike Ellis Lake | 3 miles Twin Peaks | 5 miles Middle Velma Lake | 15 miles Extend the ride Start in Tahoe City | Adds 9 miles Explore Ward Canyon | Adds 8 miles   […]
  • Kayak adventures | Explore Lake Tahoe

    By Tim Hauserman on July 2, 2014
    By Tim Hauserman  ·    Spending a few hours on a kayak is a perfect way to see Lake Tahoe. Sitting just above the surface of the water, you not only get a unique perspective of the lake and mountains around you, but you also are treated to a view of the bottom of the lake as it slowly unfolds […]
  • Human powered | Big Blue fills niche for adventure racers

    By Tim Hauserman on June 18, 2014
    Story by Tim Hauserman  |  Photos by Harry Lefrak | Big Blue Adventure  ·   Over the last 100 years. Tahoe has attracted visitors for a variety of reasons. First, they came for the resources: lumber to feed the miles of mine tunnels under Virginia City, and forage for cattle in the cool mountains. Later it was quiet recreation: slowly […]