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Pope Beach At Lake Tahoe

STOPPED AT POPE BEACH ON THE WAY UP TO SOUTH LAKE TAHOE... The beach was breathtaking.. water was so clean and clear... and of course, freezing cold too... hahahaa...
The Resthouse was the first place we visited once we stepped out of the car.. 
hahahaha..
Snowy mountain from afar....
Serenity...
CLEAR WATER!!
And that's Reanaclaire with her many poses...
hahahaha...

Pictures that paint a thousand words...
Need not say anymore... except.....
So Thankful for everything... everywhere!


Comments

  1. ho yeah! wah so lovely leh the pic. Hahaha...water so clear

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  2. Wow! what a beautiful place to visit! You are so, so blessed!!!

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  3. It's ok - the beaches are nicer in New Zealand, I think...and Sabah. I wonder why it is called Pope - after the Catholic Pope in Vatican...or Alexander Pope, the poet...or somebody else.

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  4. Peaceful surroundings & a great place to relax. Love the sandy beach with the clear water.

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  5. Wah look at the mountain behind.. Great place, woohoo !!

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  6. Nice! Nice! You look so happy!

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  7. We are feeling like in the oven here..it is a very good experience to visit all these places..like it very much. Sabah has very nice sandy beaches especially at the pulaus, just hope that these places will not be exploited.

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  8. wah, really nice view there.. and good fengshui too.. got water, got mountain, got woods.. and okay, i must say, got lenglui in the photo too!! hehehehe~~

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  9. You looked so happy! Your last photo was like a crazy girl screaming after win lottery!
    Muahahahahahaha

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