Saturday, November 26, 2022

Should we tell people not to come to Tahoe?

The influential travel magazine Fodor's recently asked travelers to not travel to some locations this year because of overtourism and the impact on the...

Kindness of strangers warms hearts outdoors

If you think Lee Vining to Tuolumne Meadows makes for a slow and windy drive, try it in winter on cross-country skis sometime. The...

Creative Misdirection: One Day at a Presentation

Opinion A funny thing happened at a presentation the other day. A retired professor started off talking about how to repair damaged riparian (streamside) areas...

‘Till the Last Drop: As the Water Grows Scarce in Utah,...

This reporting has been a collaboration between Sierra Nevada Ally and the Daily Yonder, with photography provided by the Deep Indigo Collective From one side...

Methane: the ugly, bad, and the good

Many Americans begin the morning with breakfast, usually cooked over the stove. Possibly eggs, pancakes, or toast from bread baked in the oven. Our...

Gold Rush

Autumn in the Mountains Series Want some quality time outdoors before winter arrives? Then now’s the time to go enjoy autumn in the Sierra Nevada,...

Discover adventure on these Lake Tahoe day hikes

Lake Tahoe offers far more than casinos and crowded (if beautiful) beaches. Pack some adventure into your Sierra Nevada vacation this year by hiking...

Death, Desire, and Other Difficulties

Suzanne Roberts is a travel writer, memoirist, and poet from South Lake Tahoe whose award-winning work includes Almost Somewhere: Twenty-Eight Days on the John...

The Economics of a dark sky

Nestled in the extreme northeast corner of California is the tiny community of Cedarville. One of the few communities of Surprise Valley, which spans...

Ray Bonneville – A Wandering Mind

From - Looking for Minnows, Stories by Ray Bonneville  A Wandering Mind I’m in the kitchen of my long 1957 Spartan trailer, with its turquoise stove...