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

Devils Slide to Fuller Trailhead

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 29, 2014

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... and a us forest service picnic table with designated fire ring. The decision was practically made for us. Another thing we have really enjoyed is making relatively early camp selections and convincing all of our trail friends who catch up to us throughout the evening that we have chosen a great camp at an adequate mileage and there is no reason to proceed with the hiking. Pitch your tent and hang out with Too Close and Short Step. We had a wonderful pitch with a dense bed of ...

We made it out alive!

A travel blog entry by teamchase on Dec 18, 2013

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... things to do and people to see before we left out little desert town. I'm soooo tired. It's now after 9:30 pm and we are settled in at our hotel for the night. We did manage to go out and eat at a real restaurant for dinner. The dogs however were stuck in the hotel in travel crates. They can be devils so I wasn't taking ...

Bye Bye California

A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 07, 2012

... in San Francisco, and an 8 hour bus ride to LA with no sleep. I checked in and at the same time signed up for the tour to Universal Studios which was leaving at 11:25am. Because I just freshened up (a squirt of deodorant and a change of shirt) i was ready early and thats when i went in search of a polling station. I walked in and was obviously greeted and i simply blurted out that I couldn't vote, although I'd love to, because I am South African but am ...

Nature, Cure For Everything

A travel blog entry by mjanderson8708 on Feb 18, 2012

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... the mountain for only about the first half mile or so. After that it was like a whole different world. It was as if some had muted the sounds of life and turned on nature. You forget sometimes the simple things like the sound of trees cracking in the cold or the sound of birds pecking at frozen trees or even the trickle of a stream that is just inches under the snow and your feet. For me, when I slow down, relax and just listen is when I really forget the pressures of the ...

Some Family time

A travel blog entry by thesairs on Dec 27, 2011

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... Christmas found us heading over to my sister's house. We were joined there by my folks which meant that the majority of the Luhtala family was together for the holiday!

We are here for a just a few more days before heading out to Palm Desert for a couple of weeks. It is hard to believe how quickly the time has gone by and that the next entry we will be doing is ...