Alpenhorn Bed and Breakfast
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We both woke with a bad headache. Obviously the wine was a strong contributor but Big Bear is seriously high and I remember well the effect of altitude is to dehydrate and to give headaches. A couple of Anadin and a good bacon fry up was enough to reinvigorate, although probably didn't help with the thirst! We lazed around the house for most of the morning. The kids were having a great time and it felt like we’d never been away. We even played a ...
Ahhh.....sunshine. Our last stop in California was a park just outside Palm Springs. We had a chance to sit poolside, relax, and recharge for the long drive ahead. Our plan is to push our way quickly on I-10 across the southern states until we get to Florida. Our sightseeing and exploring is mostly done, but watching the changing landscape as we travel is always interesting. Let's hope the weather continues to ...
... was there helping out in many ways and was actually our procurer of foot soaks. Legend did this trail just last year and is already back on it again this year. He has nothing with him except a leather messenger bag with a few simple items. If it's daytime, he's sleeping, if it's nighttime, he's walking. I really like Legend, not just for all his trail advice and interesting life stories but because of what he mentioned to Becca later that evening. There are so many of us keeping ...
... but did not settle permanently until he was in his late 50s. In the mid-1930s, Yerxa was managing a market in Moorpark, California (near Ventura). One of his clients was a real estate developer, L.W. Coffee. Yerxa convinced Coffee that a viable health community could be founded in the Seven Palms Valley north of Palm Springs. The basis of this community would be the healing waters of the Miracle Hill aquifer. Within a few years, that dream became a reality.
... cities, the windmill farm to the west, the desert and the mountains to the south of Palm Springs. The haze was not too bad today and so the view was fantastic. Driving throughout the park we saw many of the trees for which the park was named, the Joshua tree only grows in this part of the state. Leaving the park we headed north west on Rt 247 and then south on Rt 18 to Big Bear Lake. The drive on Rt 247 was over the desert floor and uneventful; however the drive on Rt ...