Boulder Creek Resort
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TripAdvisor Reviews Boulder Creek Resort Big Bear Lake
Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... Whitewater River was amazing. While only maybe a foot deep in the deepest sections, I was actually able to lay flat and submerge myself in the river to get wet and cool off. It felt so good in this 90 degree heat. I treated water to drink here, had lunch, and took an hour siesta in the shade by the flowing creek. I forgot to mention that Jay and I finally crossed paths here again. His Achilles tendon feels better and he purchased news shoes ...
Bench is at 294.5. We hiked a normal day until around 3 when we noticed terribly dark clouds forming on the ridge and suddenly bench camp with its wide open spaces and fire ring were looking highly appealing. The rain came down from 3-6 on us and for our friends behind us at higher elevation, a nice snow flurry. Though wet as things were I managed to produce yet another ...
... br> Jil and I meet at the truck. We are both very cold. My face feels frozen and both of us are greatful to get out of that infernal wind. 40 degree temperature plus 50 mph wind equalsI a real feel at just 25 degrees. We've been in 25 degree weather when the wind is still. This 25 degrees feels much, much colder!
We drive back to Barker Dam and eat lunch. After a walk with the furry ones we head back to the resort satisfied with today's adventure.
... the hallway and a huge mural of Clint on one wall inside the Inn. Jil had an asian salad and I had a ruben sandwich. The food was very good!
We decided to head back the old highway 111 that hugs the Santa Rosa Mountains and passes through every town located at their base. I am amazed how the towns have grown together, ala L.A., Orange, and San Diego Counties. Huge housing complexes line the highway now where date palm farms used to be.
... stick of cheese, and a banana. Noah and I still have the chest pains from the stress, so we eat a packets of crisps about the size of Elwood and we drink 1L of 'Dad’s Root Beer’. It actually works and makes us feel like winners again.
And then, we drive and drive, we enter a new state (Hello Cali!) and then out of nowhere, we are in the middle of nowhere. More rocks than the Flinstones, those crazy looking Joshua trees ...