Captain Santa takes a Lake Tahoe cruise to Emerald Bay's Vikingsholm's castle and island on a Mississippi Steamboat Paddle Wheeler on a crisp full moon Christmas Holiday night. The colors and detail of this painting give the experience of participation and being present, the tranquility and peace of the Lake and giant Mountains become real, one can feel the Happiness within.
Lake Tahoe is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada part of the United States of America, at a surface elevation of 6.225 feet (1.897 Meters) and is located along the border of California and Nevada. Lake Tahoe is the largest Alpine Lake in North America, was formed 2 million years ago and is known for its clarity of its waters and the panorama of surrounding majestic mountains on all sides. The area is referred to as Lake Tahoe or simply Tahoe and is a major tourist attraction in both California and Nevada. Snow, skiing, boating, sailing and fishing are a significant part of areas reputation and economy. The Nevada side includes large Casinos at Stateline and Reno. Highways provide year around access from all US Western States, from Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose, Silicon Valley, Fresno, Bakersfield, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Long Beach San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Marin county, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver BC., Salt Lake City, Denver, Palm Springs, Las Vegas, Phoenix. Reno International Airport services all major US cities daily and Truckee is used by scheduled commercial passenger aircraft daily and by general and executive aircraft.
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