Friday, October 2, 2015

Tupperware is Wonderful

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Sunday, January 20, 2013

Tahoe Vistana Inn

For the first time since our wedding in November 2009, my husband and I had a great weekend getaway ( NO KIDS), September 10th-12th 2011. We stayed at the Tahoe Vistana Inn in Tahoe Vista, CA.

A very rustic setting with lots history. The Squaw Valley Olympic Games of 1960 created a dramatic increase in development within the basin. Cabins were built in great numbers to meet the needs of thousands of travelers. The Tahoe Vistana Inn was a result of this growth.  The cabins exteriors have had to remain as authentic a possible to maintain history. 

When we got to our room I was surprised that the entry door was a sliding glass door (most of the units are like this).

 We walked into a large room with a King size bed (quite comfy), table and chairs, mini fridge, microwave and coffee maker. The bedroom had a set of bunk beds and there was a bathroom with a stall shower. The carpet was very plush and everything was quite tidy. Our sliding glass door opened to a community courtyard area with a BBQ and some tables and chairs. There is a nice swimming pool (82*)that is open through summer and a spa located near the office. 

They have a small conference room with Wi-Fi. 

The Tahoe Vistana Inn has one cabin that sleeps up to 8 (#108), one that sleeps 6 (#109) they both have several rooms and full kitchens, very convenient for families to save on food costs. My husband and I are looking to book a cabin for the family soon. 

Tahoe Vistana Inn
6549 North Lake Blvd.
Tahoe Vista, CA 96148

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Happy Halloween!!!

Yet another Halloween has past and November has began. We had a great time yesterday celebrating with family and friends. This year our family picked a pirate theme and we all adorned our best pirate get ups. I enjoy the time I spend with my children creating exciting costumes. We scavenge the house for materials and this year we sacrificed a couple of sheets and a table cloth to make shirts, sashes, bandannas. A trip to the thrift store for belts, vests, pants( to shred) and other accessories. All said and done a family of 8 fully costumed for under $40.00.
I dressed up for work and had a great time with my co-workers seeing the clients smile at our costumes. One of Irina's clients a 99 year old young lady kindly posed with us for a photo-op.

Sadly, today is Irina's last day with our SportClips Team, I will miss her dearly. She has been with us for 5 years and she is stepping out on her own to full service. I took the opportunity to take a photo with her in her HOT Foxy duds...

Love You Irina!!!

After work I hustled home to prepare some freakish foods and had a feast with our friends before a spooky trip around the neighborhood Trick-or Treating. As always we checked through all the candy for anything that might be unwrapped or wasn't sealed and disposed of it. The kids got three pieces of candy each and then brushed teeth and off to bed.
Hope everyone had a great Halloween this year.