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Fallen Leaf Lake Campground, California

NEXT WE STOPPED AT FALLEN LEAF LAKE... a campground and resort for locals and tourists... it has a narrow road in and out and most of the houses were up on the hills overlooking the lake...
The road leading into the woods and dock...
A mile away from the town...
House on top of the hill....
Fir trees all around... a very secluded spot for those who loves peace and quiet...
Reminded me of those romantic books I read before...
Danielle Steele... Susan Lewis....
Where the man or lady spent the holiday in a small secluded area...
And then something happened... suspense then broke lose... 
hahahaha...
                       Soon..... we made a detour to continue our journey into Lake Tahoe town...
                                And we parked our car here at this Harrahs Casino.... 

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  1. Beautiful postcard views. I guess we'll see grilled steaks and seafood in your next post... This is like a cliffhanger ending in one of those TV series. :D

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  2. Look forward to more post of your trip...

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  3. I like the house on top of the hill. Quiet & peaceful.

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    1. Yes, too quiet for me.. unless I am a writer.. hehehe

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  4. Fallen leaf, sounds interesting.. Like Hardy Boys story books 'The Mystery of The Fallen Leaf Lake'..

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  5. Interesting vacation..enjoy..

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  6. Lovely place, breath-taking and very romantic feel! Ha ha...you are feeling romantic too!

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    1. Yes, never too old to be romantic.. hahaha...

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  7. Aiya I thought you really went camping. In the end casino pulak. US casino nothing exciting one lah, unless it is Vegas!

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  8. This place is so peaceful and nice with tall trees by the lake. I would love to nap and read books there.

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