Front view of the cabin. This driveway will fit four vehicles.
The bear art is a gift from a dear friend and former student, Jayson Cabrol, who plasma-cut the family himself. They signify a regular occurrence on West Way. We back the forest and lake. Herbivore black bears and cubs are frequent visitors to the neighborhood. They're timid and will avoid you, but do not approach or feed them. Learn more.
The back view shows a modest deck under the shade of tall pines. It's a good spot for morning coffee when the jays and squirrels are out. You can people watch as folks bicycle along the nearby lake trail. On warm evenings the center yard and abundance of chairs makes for hearty socializing.
Looking down the road in summer
Looking toward Hwy 89 on our quiet road on a summer day.
Looking toward the bike trail
A backyard trail leads two doors down to the Tahoe Valley Bike Trail. It goes for miles on level ground and is popular among families.
A view from our endless backyard
Looking down the road in winter
Looking down our quiet road on a beautiful winter day.