Morton Peak Lookout

Address: San Bernardino National Forest , San Bernardino, California, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on San Bernardino National Forest , San Bernardino, is near Edward-Dean Museum of Decorative Arts.
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Travel Blogs from San Bernardino

Things go awry but we are saved by Automotive City

A travel blog entry by themeyerfamily on Aug 07, 2013

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... bush, Olivia finds a nice long tangled piece of thick wire, perfect for our needs. I felt completely validated in my knowledge and competency in true desert survival skills. Stacey started to cut the wire to length when our fortunes completely turned. Up drives our first hero, Larry, (no not the cable guy) who kindly stops, removes the dangling muffler, wires up the exhaust pipe, AND gives us four packs of disposable ear plugs before we drive on because now our minivan has ...

Bye Bye California

A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 07, 2012

... would ever have thought you could train a pigeon - and all these animals were rescues so a show really close to my heart. Yup - I shed a tear or two. Then I just wandered around taking in all the sights and sounds, had a few more pics taken and by that stage the park was starting to close - it was only 5:30pm but my feet were killing me and I was walking on the tip toes of my takkies so people were looking at me funny. I thought if go and sit and wait which ...

Just touching base...

A travel blog entry by royandclaudia on Feb 13, 2012

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Hello strangers! It's been awhile...

So far, we've had a fairly enjoyable couple of weeks parked here in Hemet. We've golfed eleven times. We got a one-month membership at Diamond Valley Golf Club, which is a nice but difficult course. It is long with several par fours and fives that I simply can't reach in regulation no matter how well I hit the ball and a couple of par fives that are over 500 yards for women. Oh well, lots of challenge.

On a disappointing note, ...

All Together Now

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Dec 25, 2011

... nice pictures, and being able to cook. Some days I wish I had stable friends that I could meet up with for Taco Tuesdays or have BBQ’s in the summer, or go kayaking with or see my nieces for all their milestones. Some days, I get frustrated because I can’t have these things and be able to travel freely. But I know that I am not ready for the monotony of a real job again. I can’t think about abandoning all of my desires and opportunities abroad for ...

Where did the year go??

A travel blog entry by thesairs on Dec 31, 2010

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... Austin Texas. Ouch!!!!! The farthest north we got was Chewelah WA, south was Ajijic MX, east was Bay St. Louis MS and west was Fort Bragg CA.

While it’s impossible to pick a favorite place, Stone Beach in Mazatlan comes to mind for me, body surfing, cheap Cerveza (pronounced Sair-Vay-Suh) and shrimp tacos. But really, my favorite is traveling with my bride and best friend (and harshest critic but, hey, that’s another story). I’m sure ...