There were literally hundreds and hundreds of salmon fishes in the creek that day, it was amazing to see. The fishes grouped themselves together in the water by the hundreds in such a small area. There were some warning signs posted in the area about wild black bears hanging out in the area and feeding themselves with the fishes. Although, we were cautious, I was not extremely worried that day because during the time there were a lot of people walking back and forth in the bridge, walking along the trail, and checking out the fishes.
Here is a video of all the fishes in Taylor Creek that day in Lake Tahoe:
Best of all, the trees are still in its best fall display yet. The vibrant yellow hues were everywhere. We definitely came up in the higher sierra at the right time because most of the transformed leaves were still in the trees and didnt die down and fall yet.
Here is a video of the drive along Hwy 88 and 89:
One of my favorite scene among the bests was this old barn situated in a meadow with a mountain background full of colorful Aspen trees below it. Standing in front of it was like looking directly into a beautiful landscape painting done by a really talented artist, the only difference was that it was the real deal, I can hear the wind and i can see the swinging of the trees as the wind blows gently towards them.