Lakewood Cabins at Big Bear Lake
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Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... our day we crossed paths with Cannonball but she was going the wrong direction! It turns out her leg was starting to show some serious fatigue injuries and she knew it was not a wise decision to continue north. Her plan was to get back to the Whitewater Preserve and possibly hitch a ride to Big Bear Lake and rest up for a week or so. We sure hope we see her there on Sunday. After that, we just ...
... 34 degrees to 52 degrees. When the sun goes down behind Mt. San Jacinto shorts pants and short sleeves magically transform to long pants and jackets. The folks from the North have turned into sissies, eh!
I had to laugh this morning. Close your eyes and picture this- the temperature is 36 degrees at 0800 hours. Grass is crunchy with frost. A couple is walking towards the golf course pushing their golf carts. Both are wearing cold weather thermal jackets and heavy gloves, like ...
... I would take the easy way up by riding the Palm Springs Air Tram to about 8,000 feet and walk from there to the summit.
I hadn't actually hiked to the summit from the Mountain Station before so I stopped by the Ranger Station to ask where the trail head was. Let me remind you that even in the desert, at 8,000 feet you are still going to get snow, no matter where the mountain is, so when I walked up with my jeans and a sweatshirt on they kind of gave me a ...
... we filled up those spots quickly. We sat as a family and listened to the speechs given during the evening. They had a person who just retired from working for the BGC of Anahiem and he gave a wonderful and motivational speech. I'm sad to say Becca was not selected as the Youth of the Year for Orange County but was so gracious about it all. We all were so proud of her and tonight was a chance to recognize all that she has done. It was nice to spend the evening together as ...
... We ended up leaving Bear Mountain at about 3.30 p.m - this time taking our equipment with us (rather than locking it in the lockers overnight) so we have the flexibility to go to Snow Summit next time we ski.
Darren called Big Bear Vacations during the day to come and take a look at the hot tub because last night we wouldn't get it to heat about 87 - which isn't warm enough to sit in when it's freezing outside. Luckily when we ...
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed