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The Cosmomosa cocktail recipe

Cocktail tasting.  It’s a tough job, but someone has to do it. On a recent trip to Lake Tahoe I had the privilege of spending some time with Tam, mixologist extraordinaire for The Resort at Squaw Creek.  She shook up incredible concoctions, spilling secrets of some of the resort’s most popular drinks – and I was taking notes. I was fascinated by the fact that she smokes ice cubes with everything from hickory smoke to cigar smoke to add a subtle smoky flavor to some of […] Continue reading →


This post is by Luxury Travel Mom Momtourage writer Karin Sheets-you don’t know her yet-but you’re going to love her. I mean, she found the signature cocktail on day one-need I say more? Pristine Lake Tahoe spans the borders of Nevada and California, high up in the Sierra-Nevadas, surrounded by beaches and mountains.  Stunning beauty envelops every view.  Known for epic skiing during the winter, the Lake Tahoe area is equally appealing in the summer – with everything […] Continue reading →


“Disclosure: Sponsored by Capital One. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Capital One.” All summer long Capital One and I have been working to inspire your travel #BucketLists. It’s time to think about ski #BucketLists!! As soon as the first leaf falls, every powder hound on the planet starts planning for an epic winter. How about this year we think big, really big? These #BucketList ski adventure ideas will […] Continue reading →

My dad was an Olympic downhill skier, the year he competed was 1960. The mountain? Squaw Valley. A lot has changed since then. Skis aren’t made of wood and the boots aren’t fashioned out of leather. Squaw Valley has added high speed lifts, named many of the previously unmarked trails and even put in a ski through Starbucks. The raw beauty of Squaw Valley has remained the same. In addition to the breathtaking scenery they have 3,600 skiable acres, that’s a crazy amount of […] Continue reading →