Our final full day in Tahoe was jam-packed from sunup to sundown! We started off by learning how to stand up paddle. Fortunately for us the lake was completely calm that morning, so we had a very easy time staying on the board and maneuvering. It turned out to be a very peaceful way to explore the lake. After our paddle board adventure we headed over to Tahoe Best Friends to pick up Ares and Fish. While they were very happy to see us, we could tell they had a great time. Our next stop was lunch at the Blue Angel Cafe. Once again we had an awesome wait staff who shared stories of their own dogs while making sure Fish and Ares had plenty of water throughout our meal. We rented a patio boat at the Tahoe Keys Resort and headed out to Emerald Cove. The cove looked so beautiful from the highway a few days earlier that we just had to see what it looked like from the water. The scenery did not disappoint. We then boated out toward the center of the lake, just to enjoy the breeze and the gorgeous afternoon. I’m not sure who likes being on a boat more, us or the dogs, so we all had a great time. While out enjoying the beautiful blue water, we passed the Tahoe Queen, a paddle boat cruise ship we’d seen earlier that day while stand up paddle boarding. We hustled back to the hotel just in time for a sunset swim on the beach. This was probably Fish and Ares favorite part of the trip. They spent most of their time trying to tandem retrieve any sticks that we threw and pouncing on one another.