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The coach was rockin' and rollin' last night as the wind was blowing a steady 25 to 30 mph with gusts to 45. My neighbor said that his coach rocked him to sleep. I wasn't so lucky.
I took the furry ones out at 0630 hours with the wind still howling. We walked directly into the wind. I had a little laugh as I looked down at them. Their ears rather than ...
... and surrounding mountains comprise the state park, a lush forested area of 14,000 acres. After watching two short films on the construction of the tramway and development of the state park we ventured outside into a cool forest. The temperature here was in the lower 60’s compared to the low 90’s on the valley floor. We took a short mile and a half hike through the forest, passing a high mountain pasture of lush green grass and a small ...
... site at Elks Lodge were willing to allow us to stay the night of the reception and I pushed the envelope for another nights stay, pre-wedding. Although it sounds like a place to lay your head, it's actually more of a gathering venue without sleeping quarters. The location is mostly known for their popular Friday bingo nights which was actually cancelled for the reception. (I had a feeling there might be some bingo wedding crashers.)
... with Youth Hope thanks to a friend of mine and it has been such a rewarding experience and also an opportunity to learn/grow because it is not associated with disabilities directly. I thought I would not be able to do this kind of thing but I have surprised myself over the semester.
Then right after that training we had an overnight retreat for the Intervarsity chapter on campus. It was a lot of fun hanging ...
... arrived, we eventually reached 'the' Big Rock.
We were told that the energy could be felt. We at least were in awe! Our first thought was that vandals had lit fires under the rock to make it crack - I wonder??? The remains of the buildings located here mid 20th century were evident in the concrete pads and we didn't know to look for an entrance to the cave site but I expect it was at the ...
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760 Blue Jay Road, Big Bear Lake | Condofrom $55