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Oh the beach sounds wonderful. I've never been to Lake Tahoe but my favorite uncle lives there on the lake.

Sounds like you have a lot of stuff to do! Enjoy this last week and enjoy the beach with Moose!!

Take care, C

Enjoy your time away! I just returned from a splendid, restorative trip to Canyon Ranch in Tucson. Pure bliss!! I did read your blog (it's the only blog I read while I was away) and loved your post last week about feelign lonely. Even though I don't want you to be lonely, I can so relate, unfortunately.

How are things going with the home renovation?

I grew up in South Lake Tahoe, spent 20+ years there, still around the area. Eat at Sprouts Cafe (google it if you have to), the food is fantastic! And email noperfume@gmail.com if you need any other suggestions :)

I find this funny too because I was just down in Burbank/Hollywood/LA/Echo Park all last week. Sorry the weather is so cold and crappy, watch out for the snow...

Eris-- Sprouts seem to be the place to go! My dog walker is from here, so she told me all about Sprouts before I came... and as luck would have it, I can walk there from where Im staying! Just walked down with Moose, in fact, and picked up lunch. Yum!

Sounds like a Wonderful vacation.

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