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... the trail gradually descended us from 7800 thru some burned areas with no shade, to 5800ft. It has been mostly downhill today. The weather was cool too. I met new hikers at the trail angel place and reacquainted with hikers I had previously met on the trail. I hiked mostly alone today and enjoyed it. That is the good thing about this trail. It is easy to hike alone if you want it and just as easy to have ...
... 8217; and found a restaurant open called Peppercorns. We sat on the patio with gas flame heaters and enjoyed the fresh mountain air, a very different experience to that of Las Vegas. The service impeccable and the food divine. We devoured our reef and beef, enjoyed a nice glass of red, chatted about our day and laughed at Damian playing with a lobster tail. We were tired. After paying for our meal we headed back to our room content and ready for the next portion of the road ...
... point there were are number of ups and downs as the road entered the forest and climbed over a stretch of about 20 miles to the high point of 8443 feet before dropping slightly into Big Bear City at the eastern edge of Big Bear Lake. Big Bear City has a population of over 6000 and is a popular winter and summer holiday destination. The drive down from a Big Bear Lake was no less thrilling than the drive up and at times all that was ...
... category. Still made me smile a little!
By the numbers
Funniest Billboard: The one advertising the "loosest slots in the state" – fnarr fnarrr
What I listened to: The whole sweep of the Desaparecidos – which is only one album and two double A-sides so it does not take long – but the post punk of Conor Oberst’s other band seemed right for the drive out to the edges of the ...
... at each other with that "What the heck are we going to do to keep busy for a whole month?" Our motors were still running at the usual 6000 rpm, so we decided to bring 'er down to just above idle- sometimes.
What we have done this past week:
The first two days we walked our wheels and the furry ones pads off. Went into Desert Hot Springs, a distance of four miles, to shop and look around. We acclimated ourselves to resort life somewhat by acquainting ourselves with ...
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760 Blue Jay Road, Big Bear Lake | Condofrom $55