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Travel Blogs from Lake Arrowhead
... Baldy (aka Mt. San Antonio), and the goal was to hike to the top of the mountain tomorrow.
So beachside last night and mountainside tonight. Lacking pasta to carbo-load for tomorrow’s hike, we picked the next best thing and finished off the bag of marshmallows by the fire (picture Nike commercial here: "Just Do It").
... on which California's economy depends.
Visitors can also learn about the 29 water agencies, the State Water Project contractors, who pay the costs of constructing, operating, and maintaining the Project and its facilities.
The Vista del Lago Visitors Center, open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located on Interstate Highway 5 between the cities of Castaic and Gorman. There is a Vista del Lago off-ramp,
north and south. For more information, call (661) ...
... 8216;Fall’ (autumn) in USA and is a great time for camping: Day temps are mild 25degC, and night temps aren’t too cold (yet!).
- We went for a big hike to a nearby gorge cut-out by ‘Deep Creek’: A cool river mainly fed by winter snowfall up in the mountains. The river is dotted with waterfalls and large pools that are great for swimming. After a warm 3km hike along the rim we descended ...
... pulled over at one of the little turn outs & journeyed across the dry creek bed. It was great fun, we picked up trash, took pictures of trash & generally stomped our way around for a while.
Then, we went back to the picnic area to enjoying some one on one time with the water. Hopefully, not fall in but at least get our feet a little wet. I will say a small word about the bathroom facilities, don't. We walked down to the water & ...
... escorted Jane to the lift that would take her down the mountain, and the three of us were free to ride down at our leisure.
It has happened every time, and should now come as an expectation that every time I ride, I end up on an unplanned run. So, as it was, I took the wrong turn, again. I veered right when I should have gone left. When I realized my mistake, it was too late to back track and had to keep going. The run kept getting steeper, I ...