Lake Tahoe

Well I can finally check Lake Tahoe off my bucket list! I can't wait to go back again, maybe next year?! There was so much to see and do and great for families. We explored Cascade lake waterfall, Popes and Sand Harbor beaches, Truckee River, the local farmers market, plus had a gorgeous/huge mansion for all 20 plus of my hubby's extended family. 









On our last day there we learned there was a black bear just hanging out all day in our neighbors tree!! Its hard to see but its in the middle tree.






















My favorite spot on our trip was east Lake Tahoe in Sand Harbor beach. The water there was unbelievably clear blue, I just had to jump in, climb some rocks and explore.
Be adventurous ;)








Northern California Roadtrip - Wanderlust Photography

The World is too big to stay in just one place and life is too short to do just one thing.


We decided the week before to just hit the road and go someplace. As a family we haven't done a vacation together since River was born so I was pretty excited to have this time together. We drove up North all the way to Redding California where my little sis and her hubby live. We visited Shasta Dam then up a little more to Whiskeytown Lake.












It was so good to visit my sissy again while she was on her spring break, the kids couldn't get enough of Auntie Shell. 










Hunter's face when we had to leave Auntie's :( 
After a few days we left Redding CA and headed to the coast to see the gorgeous Redwoods, made it to Paul Bunyan and his blue OX at the Trees of Mystery. We enjoyed a yummy lunch at the Forest Cafe drove back down the 101 and stopped a few other places on the way back to our campground.
















Driftwood for days! This was one of my favorite things about this beautiful beach we stumbled upon. Gosh I love exploring new places and making new memories with this bunch. 






Despite a little bit of rain and alot of driving, the kids did sooooo good in the car and really enjoyed our trip together. 

I call this driveby shooting (harhar)