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
... of a sudden we were passing well-kept homes and grassed pitches. We arrived in 29 Palms late afternoon and grabbed a quick bite and some fuel.
29 Palms is quite literally a road lined by tall palms, I didn’t bother counting them. We left the town behind and continued on our way before making a quick photo stop to watch the sun sink behind some mountains. I was taking in the view and looking closely at a Joshua tree when Damian indicated that it was time ...
... us for lunch before we leave. We stopped at a hamburger place, a little expensive, but they had Kobe meat. Great food. BUT the time had come for us to say goodbye. It was sad to leave, but we knew that we would be seeing them again soon. I talked Gel into having a Baby Shower in Pittsburg so she could celebrate with her friends up North. I have a friend who is thinking about moving to N the San Francisco area (actually the daughter of a good friend) and is ...
... at each other with that "What the heck are we going to do to keep busy for a whole month?" Our motors were still running at the usual 6000 rpm, so we decided to bring 'er down to just above idle- sometimes.
What we have done this past week:
The first two days we walked our wheels and the furry ones pads off. Went into Desert Hot Springs, a distance of four miles, to shop and look around. We acclimated ourselves to resort life somewhat by acquainting ourselves with ...
... cool night where it was 12 degrees. For some reason our furnace was acting up and we had to rely in space heaters. A few days before Christmas, one of the workers took us to see Christmas lights including a spectacular home where the lights were set to music. After our month was up we were more than ready to move on. The plan was to go to Joshua Tree and then meetup with the DOVE Escapees group in Quartzite, Arizona. However, as we have found, things don't always go as ...
... on the trail alone, till I came on an old Ranger Station. It was about 50 feet from a clearing which made the view of the summit spectacular. Perfect time to sit and eat that sandwich I had been craving since I made it 5 hours earlier. I ate my sandwich and sipped hot tea for a little while just thinking. Not thinking of what I am going to do when I get out or how am I going to pay to live when I am done serving. I kind of just bounced around thoughts of simplistic ...