Postcards from Truckee

It was a near miss for me this morning – I ran while it was still dark, and the kids and I lollygagged a bit too long making breakfast and just barely missed (what I can only assume to be) a magnificent sunrise on the drive to school.

I’m in love with the tall snowbanks along our streets right now – I feel like a little kid driving or running around town. We used to have to drive up to Tahoe Donner to see snowbanks taller than the cars – not anymore.

Despite missing the sunrise, I still took some photos from our drive to work and school this morning. Because the views in Truckee are always pretty nice.

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As we drove into downtown Truckee, the trees behind Commercial Row were glowing
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the old Catholic Church
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Flower sculpture near the new Rec Center
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from High Street, looking Southwest
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Train through downtown Truckee on a frosty (14 degrees) morning
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I think it’s pretty awesome that the path to the Rocking Stone is shoveled
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layer of fog below Mount Rose. Photo taken from the Rocking Stone on High Street
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quiet morning in Downtown Truckee
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My office is just below this picture
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view from my office

One thought on “Postcards from Truckee”

  1. More amazing photos:)

    On Thu, Jan 26, 2017 at 12:16 PM, JP chronicles wrote:

    > jenellep posted: “It was a near miss for me this morning – I ran while it > was still dark, and the kids and I lollygagged a bit too long making > breakfast and completely missed (what I can only assume to be) a > magnificent sunrise on the drive to school. I’m in love with the” >

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