Taking in a Generous View of Lake Tahoe From Sugar Pine Point in California
Many affluent people around Lake Tahoe were influenced by environmentalism in the 1960s, including the last inheritor of Sugar Pine Point, who sold the land and buildings to California in 1965 for the sake of forest conservation. Isaias Hellman's turn-of-the-century summer home still sits on high ground in the thriving alpine forest, overlooking the lake. Leftover from the time of wooden skis, ladies parasols, and servants quarters, families and hikers treasure the beach side of Sugar Pine Point State Park for picnics and pictures.
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- Megan Cytron (Editor) Beautiful photo!