Bear Creek Resort
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We saw our first live wild rattlesnake. Legitimate didn't know it was there until we heard it start rattling and raise its first third into the air. Becca kinda freaked out a bit, but we did good and froze, confirmed location and evaded. That happened in midday but I really wanted to open with the snake story. Scary stuff but sure glad rattlesnakes are so courteous. In more disappointing news, very ...
... 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 ...
... being alone and just listening to things other then people talking or music blaring that calms me down. I actually have done the full hike before, all the way from the base at 430 feet of elevation up to 10,800 feet and it took us about 15 hours to do. Started at 3 in the morning in the pitch black and getting to the summit by late afternoon didn't make it the most enjoyable hike but something I definitely consider a neat experience to say I have done. This time however ...
... that, "even thought I had left my voice, my voice had never left me." Imagine that. Someone who was silent for so long has made an impact that will speak beyond her lifetime. That goes to show most things are truly possible.
Another wonderful opportunity I had this month was to spend the day in Palm Desert and Ranch Mirage with my Uncle Bob, his girlfriend Barbara and her son Kevin. Since Redlands was on the way they had offered to pick me up and show me the area. ...
... adventurous doing the 'Accelerator' and 'Central Park' which are both intermediate runs as well as 'Amusement Park' which is a low intermediate run.
Dan went off and skied on his own for the rest of the afternoon and Joel and Darren and I hung around the same areas. We went to the Geronimo Cafe which is up on the slopes at the base of Geronimo run which is a expert black run. It's insane to see the experts speeding down ...