Big Bear Cool Cabins
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... for a day). The slack-packer took my pack and I hobbled 8 miles without gear. I felt ashamed, naked, dishonorable. All these positive feelings that backpacking has given me, I didn't think it would come from just having a pack on my back. I don't believe that it ALWAYS comes that way, but at this moment, I felt like a discharged Police officer. No badge of honor, no way to distinguish myself from a day hiker.
I got ...
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!
... overheating (except for one little warning bell) as the temps changed from the coastal 60's up into the mid to high 80's.
What a pleasant surprise when we pulled into the Santa Maria Elks #1538. Very modern and nice Lodge, beautiful landscape AND FANTASTIC RV full service hookups. AND only $25 a night charge. We'll be here a week and they have special meal (of particular interest to Harlan) nights ...
... times and enjoy the rest of the afternoon relaxing.
Sitting on our bums is not what we do. Tomorrow we are going to get some exercise walking the dogs, as usual, then hit some balls at the driving range. Next week we will play a few rounds of golf. We feel that we can hit, I mean strike, the ball well enough so as not to be hazardous to fellow golfers and maybe even enjoy "a good walk spoiled" (Mark ...
... visited the park so we decided to limit our visit to two of the most popular attractions / views in the park; “Hidden Valley” and “Keys View”. “Hidden Valley” was a 1 mile walking loop trail winding among massive boulders with some minor change in elevation. The best part of the walk was watching the rock climbers scale the piles of rocks; some were free climbing while others were using ropes and gear. The area got its name because ...