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Not too much has changed in how we celebrate our chilly months—we bundle up, hit the slopes and explore our beautiful landscapes.

For this week's #TBT, what better way to cozy up with a look back at how Northern California has celebrated winter since the late 1800s?


Lake Tahoe, 1931

This photo was taken in March of 1931, and shows Len, Ollie, Holt, Toots, Charles, and Jonnie sledding in the snow. Note that snow gear wasn't really a thing yet.

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