Eagle's Nest Bed and Breakfast Lodge

Address: 41675 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, Big Bear Region, California, 92315, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 41675 Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, is near Snow Summit, Big Bear Discovery Center, Champion Lodgepole Pine, and Bear Mountain Trading Company.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake

    Unexpected stop

    A travel blog entry by strotto on Nov 17, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    Today was a bit of a challenge!

    We woke up to a beautiful sunny but extremely windy morning.

    Our 1st challenge - I ripped off the water feed to the trailer with the headrest of my chair! I had no idea I'd snagged it until I was sprayed with icy water and got a yelp from Nita who was trying to have a shower when suddenly there was no water!

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    Papa Smurf and Mountain Mama

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 04, 2014

    15 photos

    ... only 1 in 5 who start the PCT will finish it and that by the first 200 miles you will lose almost 20% of the herd. Another 300 miles and we'll lose another 20%. Big cuts in the early phases shock lots of us and sting quite a bit to lose friends you have just barely made. But it is a solemn testament to the fact to no one is guaranteed a Pacific Crest Trail thru hike. It is not an entitlement but a privilege to be fought for and only through fiercely dedicated ...

    Almost Went Over The Fisical (sic) Cliff!

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jan 02, 2013

    20 photos

    ... After the owner's death, Keys gained possession of the mine as payment for back wages.

    In 1917, Bill Keys filed on an 80 acre homestead under the Homestead Act and began to build a ranch. He soon married Frances May Lawton. The couple had seven children between 1919 and 1931, three of whom died during childhood. Together the Keys family tackled the hardships of isolated desert life. Eventually, the Keys' homestead included a ranch house, store, two ...

    Life Of A Desert Rat

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 21, 2012

    8 photos

    ... more on clean contact and hitting them straight. Almost accomplished that a couple of times! Did some putting on the practice putting green.

    The weather here hasn't been frightful nor has it been outstanding. The sky was cloud covered for the first four days and actually rained once. The higher peaks to our south and west got a new coating of the white stuff. The high for this week was today's 65 degrees. Many days haven't been north of 55 degrees. The lows have ...

    Nature, Cure For Everything

    A travel blog entry by mjanderson8708 on Feb 18, 2012

    5 photos

    ... of the real world came rushing back. When I realized that those were the only things going through my head I had to stop and remind myself why I had gone up to the mountain in the first place. Remind me what it teaches me ever time I go up there or out into nature. That is that there are somethings we can't control, like the bird pecking on a tree and there are things we just have to endure to survive, like the freezing nights and whether it is by your choice or by ...