Big Bear Lake Cabins
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... the campground have not been good but we loved it. It is set up in the mountains with views of the valley below. Joshua Trees are in all the sites. A number of bath houses and not pits. No hookups but water was available around the campground. Check in was fast but it takes place at the Nature Center and after hours you have a self check in. Not all sites are level but you can find level sites even for big rigs. ...
... wind? Not me!
Where stable moist air flows over a mountain or a range of mountains, a series of large-scale standing waves may form on the downwind side. If the temperature at the crest of the wave drops to the dew point, moisture in the air may condense to form lenticular clouds. A couple of them have been observed today. Lenticular clouds have been mistaken for UFO's. I know what you are thinking. No, I do not believe in UFO's.
... I don't but we all have to learn sometime. It took me a while to convince them to give me a pass to hike but they finally did after I told them I would not leave unless I got to hike at least a little bit of the trail. Once I had my pass in hand, I grabbed my backpack full of food, water, tea and a survival kit, plus my camera and I was off and running.
The park was packed with little kids sledding and families out seeing the snow that we rarely get at the ...
Barona Nation is were I spent Feb 11th, 12th and 13th.
Saturday saw the arrival of Jun-san and two Japanese walkers.
Then came Sofie and Noe from France.
Sunday 13th was full of Bird Singer/Dancers...they will be coming to DC in July.
Sweatlodge several times, morning and night. Eagles soared the peaks of the nearby hills.
Sun and warm during the day, but very ...
... using our legs or public transportation until the end of the winter season. Thankfully, we were not dressed up but instead the attire for the wedding was ski/boarding wear. Thank goodness, no heels!
The ceremony was in a wooden lodge type setting, with a fireplace and staircases leading down to the entrance aisle. John wore the traditional black but along with the groomsmen, were head to toe in boarding wear. Becky was dressed in ...