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

Cajon Pass

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 09, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... year and since he is retired, he just sorta floats along the pct corridor as it suits him. We knew we had a reasonably short day ahead of us with one huge special treat built in. In 13.6 miles, we would be coming across a freaking McDonalds as we crossed I15. Every hiker we came across that day was purely salivating. We all knew it was coming. It also happened to be some of the fastest hiking we have done up to now. ...

Get to a better state!!

A travel blog entry by whereislondon on Jun 04, 2013

2 comments, 17 photos

... wager! We hit the first part of the climb. Mac worked hard but started heating up so we pulled over after a couple of miles to let him cool for the second push. We thought a small nap for ourselves would be in order too….3 hours later we woke up (by now it was 3am!) so we roused ourselves awake and set off again. Loud cheering as we made it all the way to the top of the incline this time and after a bit more driving pulled into a Walmart car park ...

111218 Hemet, CA

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Dec 18, 2011

... to re-introduce and instruct us to her favorite multi-step tunes.

Then the parties started - happy hours at 4, suppers at 6 and more visiting at 7PM. Of course all of the CFL parties were at our place - Jim won $50 in the western semi-final, June won $100 in the western final and good friends Bill/Wendy won everything during the grey cup game - there were about 100 folks wearing THEIR team colors; everybody brought ...

Ain't no party like a wigwam pool party

A travel blog entry by noah_and_bree on Oct 17, 2011

16 photos

... I was actually laughing out loud. Whoops!)

Elwood still wants to play but he is way, way too hot to stay outside and he needs feeding. So we get him in the car and his head explodes when we go past a Burger King with an indoor play area. So we go in, get Elwood lunch and us caffeine (the wigwam does not have coffee facilities – going cold turkey is proving hard). All is going brilliantly until Elwood notices the play area ...

Im & June's Odyssey - 110217 Hemet, CA

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Feb 17, 2011

... People started arrriving a week before the race, parked their RV's on the infield (and for $7,000 got a pit pass, a spin around the track and a racing jacket), viewed all the practice/qualifying runs from skyboxes and obtained unlimited access to block parties, concerts, stunt shows, driver inductions, BBQ's, autograph sessions, savenger hunts, etc. We paid $120 for $300 seats. There were 43 cars in the race and when the green flag dropped, the ground rumbled - they're ...