A Tale of the River Streets
Why Lake Tahoe Never Became a National Park
Why Lake Tahoe never became a National Park
At the age of 12 Kimball Pier became the primary caregiver for her mom Penelope who suffered from an autoimmune disease. Hear about their life in sleepy little post-Olympics Squaw, their transition to the east coast where Penelope died, and Kimball’s eventual move back to her Sierra home.
The Original Tahoe Cowboy
Bud Jones was an industrious entrepreneur and surrogate parent with a fierce dedication to a still wild Squaw Valley, when cows and horses outnumbered skiers. His independence led him to do what few would have the courage to do.
Rule Breakers and Risk Takers
Shirley of the Canyon
The Costly Front Street Fire of 1882
The Tahoe Colony That Never Was
Frank Lloyd Wright had a vision in the 1920s for a Tahoe Summer Colony in Emerald Bay that never came to fruition.
50 Years as a Tahoe Ski Bum
Ever wonder what has changed over the last 50 years in Tahoe? Dick Tash has seen it all … or at least a lot of it.