5 Fact Thursday - Why is Lake Tahoe so Blue? #xmas #romance @m_osullivan26
Five Facts About Lake Tahoe
1. January is the snowiest month of the year in Lake Tahoe with an average snowfall of forty-five inches.
2. Tahoe has a dog-friendly culture with miles and miles of dog-friendly trails and several dog-friendly beaches.
3. The lack of algae in Lake Tahoe gives it its preternatural blue hue while the absence of fine particles in the water account for its legendary clarity.
4. The word Tahoe originated from the Anglo mispronunciation of the Washoe word “Da ow a ga” meaning Edge of the Lake or Big Water.
5. The Jeffrey Pine is Lake Tahoe’s most dominant tree, followed by the Sugar and Ponderosa Pines.
Having read through Martha's facts, I wish I could visit.
Martha's book is set there.
Laurel Reynolds is an aspiring romance novelist with a rock and roll pedigree who returns to her Lake Tahoe roots in search of a fresh start. Falling in love with McGovern Scott was not on the agenda. Gov is all in favor of her plan to start over—as long as it's with him. But has Laurel fallen in love with Tahoe's favorite son or the sexy hero she created? And with Christmas quickly approaching, can Laurel find the courage to leave the past behind and focus on the future?
About Martha O'Sullivan
Martha O'Sullivan has loved reading romance novels for as long as she can remember. Writing her own books is the realization of a lifelong dream. She is a graduate of Illinois State University where she wrote for the school newspaper and was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. She is also a former Acquisitions Editor at MacMillan Computer Publishing. Martha writes contemporary romances with M/F couples and happy endings. Her latest book, Christmas in Tahoe, was released in December, 2022. A native Chicagoan, she lives her own happy ending in Florida with her husband and two daughters. Please visit https://www.marthaosullivan.com/ for more.