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January 8, 1997 | DON LEE and PETER NOAH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Dinner waits at the Red Hut Cafe in South Lake Tahoe are usually an hour or more this time of year. But not these days, not after the recent rainstorms shut down the major roads leading to the heart of this region's $1-billion tourist industry. "There's no wait now," said Red Hut's unhappy owner, Nancy Gardner, grumbling that Lake Tahoe wasn't awash and that people should be flocking to the popular ski resort. "The snow is cold, crisp and fabulous," she said.
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January 8, 1997 | DON LEE and PETER NOAH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Dinner waits at the Red Hut Cafe in South Lake Tahoe are usually an hour or more this time of year. But not these days, not after the recent rainstorms shut down the major roads leading to the heart of this region's $1-billion tourist industry. "There's no wait now," said Red Hut's unhappy owner, Nancy Gardner, grumbling that Lake Tahoe wasn't awash and that people should be flocking to the popular ski resort. "The snow is cold, crisp and fabulous," she said.
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