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Author archive for Tim Hauserman

  • The allure of Desolation Wilderness

    By Tim Hauserman on September 2, 2015
  • Hikes for the tykes

    By Tim Hauserman on September 2, 2015
  • The changing seasons of Page Meadows

    By Tim Hauserman on August 26, 2015
    By Tim Hauserman ·      The grasshoppers are flying again in Page Meadows. For me, riding my bike through the waves of flying insects is as much a part of the ritual of August in Lake Tahoe as busy beaches and Concerts on the Commons. The series of meadows that make up Page Meadows has its own set of […]
  • Advocating for change · Candace Cable

    By Tim Hauserman on August 26, 2015
    By Tim Hauserman ·    Truckee resident Candace Cable won nine Gold Medals in wheelchair road racing in the Paralympics. She won 84 marathons in wheelchair road racing, as well, including six Boston Marathons. She has ridden her bike across the country and kayaked the 72 miles around Lake Tahoe. She has been a downhill and cross-country ski racer, and […]
  • Idyllic camping at Star Lake

    By Tim Hauserman on August 19, 2015
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman ·  Star Lake is the highest year-round lake in the Tahoe Basin · Star Lake sits tight against the base of Job’s Sister, Job’s Peak and Freel Peak, three of the four highest peaks in the Tahoe Basin. At 9,200’ in elevation, the lake is a full 3,000 feet higher then Lake Tahoe, and […]
  • Building community at the library · Anne Greenwood

    By Tim Hauserman on August 19, 2015
    Story by Tim Hauserman ·    Lifelong Tahoe local Anne Greenwood has been a devoted mother of two, a substitute teacher, a minister for weddings in the wilderness, an instructional aide, a park employee, and a purveyor of a children’s clothing line, but it was when she took on a part-time job at the Tahoe City Library that she “immediately […]
  • Explore rustic charm at Fallen Leaf Lake

    By Tim Hauserman on August 5, 2015
      Story by Tim Hauserman ·  Fallen Leaf Lake has a maximum depth of 415 feet, and clean, clear water that is still used for drinking. | Courtesy Denise Pillsbury ·  Tucked between Emerald Bay and South Lake Tahoe lies 3-mile-long Fallen Leaf Lake lined with historic mountain cabins and tiny docks. And, the massive Mount Tallac dominates the skyline […]
  • Creating a new life in the mountains | Priya Hutner

    By Tim Hauserman on August 5, 2015
      Story & photos by Tim Hauserman · Many people move to Tahoe to experience the joys of our outdoor lifestyle, not because they just received a great job offer. This leads many mountain transplants to follow their passion, instead of just finding a job. An example is Priya Hutner. She came to Truckee in 2013 for the healthy lifestyle. […]
  • Using humor to connect to readers · Suzanne Roberts

    By Tim Hauserman on July 29, 2015
    By Tim Hauserman ·  Award-winning author Suzanne Roberts teaches at Sierra Nevada College and Lake Tahoe Community College. In “Almost Somewhere,” an award-winning memoir about hiking the John Muir Trail, Suzanne Roberts tells the story about how she joined two other fresh-out-of-college women on a challenging 210-mile hike from Mount Whitney to Yosemite Valley. Back then, Suzanne was the boy-crazy, […]
  • Serving those with special needs | Doug Brimm

    By Tim Hauserman on July 22, 2015
    By Tim Hauserman ·  Back in 2000, Doug Brimm of Incline Village was approached by his Incline friend Sam Waldman to hold a fundraiser for Waldman’s new organization, Kids & Horses. They held the fundraiser at Austin’s Restaurant in Reno, owned at the time by Brimm and his wife Gloria, and quickly fell in love with the organization’s goal to […]