Tuesday, December 28, 2004

North Shore Day 2

Sharon spent some time logged on and answering e-mails using the PCMCIA cellular card in her laptop and then on the phone with a client, while Jack and I read our books. The plan for the day was to get Jack into a ski lesson. By the time, we had breakfast and got to Diamond Peak all of the group and private lessons were sold out for the next two days.

One of the problems with going to Tahoe during the week between Christmas and New Year's is that there are a lot of people everywhere! We may decide next year to try and take this trip at a different time.

We did some shopping and then had lunch at the Cafe Echo. This restaurant was next door to where we stayed last year. We both had fish tacos and the food was excellent again.

Afterwards, we ended to Granlibakken and spent a couple of hours sledding. As we left, I made a reservation for Jack to have a private ski lesson the following day.

Years ago (1997?) at a Western Farm Credit Legal Conference, Sharon and I had dinner at the Crystal Bay Steak and Lobster House. She had been very impressed with the food. We had dinner there on Tuesday night. The food was again up to Sharon's standards!

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