Wednesday Hiking

We went hiking yesterday. This trail is on the eastern Sierra just above the Reno basin. The snow has melted on the lower trails so we managed a short hike yesterday.

Here’s a couple of pictures:

There were a few patches of snow left, but full hiking season is just around the corner. This was just a short hike as my knee isn’t doing well at the moment, but hopefully that will resolve itself soon.

Next time we’re hoping for a longer hike closer to the Tahoe Rim.

If you need me, I’m looking for my knee brace …

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering and am now retired. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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30 Responses to Wednesday Hiking

  1. Saree says:

    Oh mother nature!!! I love this place

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  2. justinfague says:

    This looks great! Wow!

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  3. I walk a lot at home but recently took a hiking vacation to Sedona. I am not a vigorous hiker but I was able to enjoy what I did and surroundings that were very different from home. Good luck with your knee.

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  4. Looks beautiful and peaceful. Hope your knee is better.

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  5. What a beautiful hike! Glad to hear the snow’s on the run. 🙂

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  6. G. J. Jolly says:

    My daughter and her family currently live in Las Vegas but are thinking of moving to Reno. After looking at these photos, I’m going to suggest they go with their plans.

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  7. Baydreamer says:

    Beautiful hike and the kind of scenery my hubby and I enjoy. Hope your knee feels better soon so you can enjoy more trails.

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  8. Debra says:

    What a lovely place to hike! So glad you’re enjoying the beauty of your new home environment!

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  9. Dave says:

    I haven’t been to Tahoe in years but it is a stunning setting for anything outdoors, especially boating on the lake and rafting down the Truckee from Tahoe City. It’s heartening to know the zero-growth policy is still in place in the basin. My guess is the beautiful views from the lake are exactly as they were twenty and thirty years ago.

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  10. jfwknifton says:

    Beautiful countryside!!

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  11. davidprosser says:

    Looks like a nice day Andrew and it’s a beautiful place.

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  12. Pied Type says:

    Not unlike the trails near Denver, except we still have snow on most of ours. In fact, it’s snowing as I write. Can’t seem to shake winter.

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  13. Hi, Andrew. I live in rural Nova Scotia and am surrounded by lots of wooded areas, as well as beaches. We always love to find new paths and places to walk. Just the other day, we hiked through the valley behind our house, which is full of nice, hilly trails that the 4-wheelers have forge. I was quite feeling it in my legs, as during the winter and hunting season we stick to the roads, which are easier to navigate. I love seeing the pictures of your area. It is great when you live in such a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Hi Andrew, thank you for sharing your pictures. I’m sorry to hear about your knee. I can sympathize as I had a cycling accident in my 20s and my knee was badly injured. I also have problems and wear a brace for support from time to time.

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  15. That looks very fun. A bit hilly for me, but not you!

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