Always Remember Where You Were
When I first moved to Tahoe my sister would call me up and say, "You live in a postcard, I bet you forget that it's beautiful out there."
Not for a moment.
Never have I forgotten to enjoy the beauty of our lake, the mountains and the freshness of each breath I take in. What I have done is the same thing that I did in Boston. I have forgotten to take the time to see my home in the way that the thousands of visitors do; as an outsider.
There are so many opportunities to experience the lake. Hiking Tallac or Freel, heading up to Eagle Falls, experiencing the views from the Gondola or riding the trolley are just a few. This spring, I went to Valhalla for the first time. We hit up the Renaissance Faire and I plan on going to the Gatsby Fest (who doesn't want to dress up like it's the 20's and dance with their knees?).
Every year there are changes, events that are added and some that go come to an end. What remains a constant is the lake and the many people who live here and work to create new and interesting opportunities to experience all that Tahoe has to offer. For some ideas of other activities to engage in, check out what Redfin gathered from some of us who love Lake Tahoe.
Yoga means Union. How can we find union if we aren't connecting with everyone, everything and every experience available? Get off your smart phone and look around. Enjoy the experience of hearing conversations and engaging in one. Connect with the people around you. Recognize the mirrors they provide. See yourself as an outsider. Don't just look around, be around. Be a part of this place we call home and show your support for all the hard working business owners who have made Tahoe what it is.
Take the time to practice Yoga everywhere.