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Kayla Anderson

Kayla Anderson
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Kayla is a freelance writer, marketer and action sports enthusiast who has spent the last 10 years in North Lake Tahoe snowboarding, hiking and wake surfing. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Chico State University and loves being out on the lake as often as she can.

Sunde White’s Coloring Books

Six epic dinosaur battle scenes capture the boys’ attention as they fill in the lines with color in “Dinosaurs vs. Machines” coloring books from...

Bocce Takes Over Tahoe

Equipped with a glass of wine in one hand and a glow-in-the-dark bocce ball in the other, I’m at the Truckee River Winery on...

Krista Tranquilla | Creating a sense of peace

At Krista Tranquilla’s Glenshire home, belt buckles in the shape of the world along with pendants of Lake Tahoe, bracelets with poetry and hand-drawn...

Sierra Essentials seasonings | Enhancing the spice of life

I bite into a juicy, seasoned steak and savor notes of garlic, coriander and red pepper, which turn my otherwise ordinary slab of beef...

Cruising the waters of Big Blue

a glassy, calm Lake Tahoe. A few people are milling around on the shores of Carnelian Bay, taking pictures and looking out at the...

Old Brockway Golf Course | First to Open, Last to Close

It’s a breezy, sunny morning at Old Brockway Golf Course, a course in North Lake Tahoe, which boasts Tahoe’s longest golf season. I check...

Ryan Bahlman branches out

On an overcast spring afternoon, Ryan Bahlman is in the abandoned Hacienda de la Sierra building on 931 Tahoe Blvd. in Incline Village, Nev.,...

The Creative Inclinations of Hannah Eddy

The first time I met Hannah Eddy — then Hannah Fuller — was at the Truckee Skate Park. She was effortlessly skating the bowls,...

Truckee River Guide | Documenting the river’s living history

On a spring morning in Truckee, I was enjoying a coffee outside Züri Coffee Co. and saw a flock of white pelicans fly overhead....

Mt. Rose’s Hidden Chutes

At 10 a.m. on a crisp February morning, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe is blanketed in a few inches of fresh white snow. Most of...