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Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... 2 p.m. polo match - a first time experience for Norma and Gus, and our second time to see the beautiful animals and the athletic talent of the rider/horse teams.
We kept so busy, laughed so much, created so many new memories - that I'll have to finish it up by just posting some of the pictures!
... he had stopped in Arizona to see his brother and Jim and Ken were hosted to an early Father's Day celebration at Jim's daughter's house when they stopped in to see her, in Santa Fe. Bob was making his way north through Colorado, after hearing the weatherman talk about Monsoons along Interstate 40, but was turned around, because of the Wild Fires in Colorado, losing a few hours of back tracking, he found blue skys and only ...
... I would take the easy way up by riding the Palm Springs Air Tram to about 8,000 feet and walk from there to the summit.
I hadn't actually hiked to the summit from the Mountain Station before so I stopped by the Ranger Station to ask where the trail head was. Let me remind you that even in the desert, at 8,000 feet you are still going to get snow, no matter where the mountain is, so when I walked up with my jeans and a sweatshirt on they kind of gave me a ...
... to teach children walkers along the way.
After leaving the freeway on the way to Vegas we found a sign for route 18 so we followed it. This took us up and up and up a mountain path with the sea stretching out in the distance behind us and the desert to the right of of us...then suddenly, and very unexpectedly, there was snow!
We kept climbing and eventually found ourselves in ...
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