Maybe not four seasons, but pretty close. As Chris, Jan, Steve and I hiked from Eagle Point Campground to Emerald Bay, we experienced a variety of weather (snow, rain, wind, sun), which made for a more interesting excursion.
The view of Vikingsholm Castle is pretty impressive from above.
Steve and I had just commented that we hadn't seen any Snow Plants yet and here they were.
We have been in many woods, yet this was the first time I had seen this sign.
Hmm, Spring was in the air! ♪♫ Birds do it...♪♫
We discovered this mangled Ford Truck wreckage, strewn all over the hillside. Located several hundred feet below the highway, I was intrigued. Could it be here from the 1982 Emerald Bay Avalanche? The destruction was of that magnitude. Eerie.
Eagle Falls were powerfully beautiful!
After a picnic at the Bay, we strolled Taylor Creek with hopes of discovering a beaver. We had no luck but we did see Bob and Jenny and delighted in the spectacular scenery.
It is always so satisfying to be out in Nature and it's even more magical when it's Tahoe's Nature we're exploring.