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... in Idyllwild. It was good to see him again. Jay and I started hiking again by 2:45ish. We still had about 10 miles to reach our goal of mile 230. Jay was not tolerating the heat that well. He had to take a break under the shade of a tree after three miles. He said I can keep going and that he'd catch up. We agreed to rendezvous at mile 230. Fortunately, mile 226-230 is in a canyon with flowing Mission Creek. It's a riparian canyon with ...
... only two matches. We ran into Liverpool Paul again at bench camp and a lucky thing too as he had taken a dunk in the local creek crossing and was not having a good time staying or getting warm. Our fire was his first good campfire of his hike and with perfect timing. We also lured in another couple with the allure of our fire named Can-Can and Bandit. Everyone loves a ...
Happy New Year to you all! We've heard from friends who are not only celebrating the New Year but wedding anniversaries, birthdays and family reunions all within the holiday season. Blessings to all of you.
We are celebrating the New Year quietly. We did a little walking this morning then went shopping, then walked the dogs, ate lunch, walked the dogs once again and then hit balls at the driving range. Did I mention that we have watched at ...
History of Desert Hot Springs:
In 1913 the first successful homesteader in the area was Cabot Yerxa, who discovered hot water on Miracle Hill. Due to the San Andreas Fault bisecting the area, one side has cold water, the other has hot. His large Pueblo Revival Architecture structure, hand built over 20 years, is now one of the oldest adobe-style buildings in Riverside County, and houses Cabot's Pueblo Museum, ...
... tiny specks of homes in the distance blending into the landscape. I feel eerily isolated and we are both very pleased to have fuel in the tank. Noah thinks he's in a Queens of the Stone Age video, so he's happy.
I end up sitting in the back with Woody who develops a bit of a case of cabin fever. I then move back to the front when I catch his cabin fever, and leave him to watch the first 10 minutes of Toy Story 3 over and over again.
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760 Blue Jay Road, Big Bear Lake | Condofrom $55