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For long drivers, their Augusta is Mesquite and their Masters is the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship, coming to the little burg on the border, October 20-25. The event must be witnessed—admission is free—to be fully grasped, and all players and fans should make at least one pilgrimage to the mecca of Surlyn.
Some might say brass isn’t a precious enough metal for a 25th-anniversary gift, but the Tahoe Queen isn’t complaining. In celebration of her quarter-century of plying Lake Tahoe, the authentic paddle wheeler is undergoing a half-million-dollar renovation, complete with a new brushed-brass look for all the deck railings.
Steve Boettcher’s Silver Springs church is unlike any you’ve ever seen. It lacks pews, prayer books, and walls. In their stead, horsepower, leather, and two wheels help Steve and his “Soul’d Out Ministries” spread the word. Now, with a little help from ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Steve and his family can connect with more people in need of inspiration and guidance.
Skiers and boarders from around the globe flock to Lake Tahoe every season for some of the best snow and terrain in the world, and with new chairlifts, trails, restaurants, shops, and even a zip line, they will be glad they made the pilgrimage in 2007-’08.
Gordon Graves won the first Name the Rock Photo Contest sponsored by the Greater Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce with “Dueling Grabazoids,” taken southwest of Bennett Pass near Panaca.
Captain & Tennille’s new CD, “The Secret of Christmas,” contains two songs, “Tahoe Snow” and “Christmas Star,” that Toni wrote when she and Daryl lived in the Lake Tahoe area.
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