BEST WESTERN Big Bear Chateau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the states, remembering the hard times crossing the flats in the heat but also the steep mountains. This time we were cruising at pace with ease in the Camaro. It was great that we could revisit some of the same route he had taken the Gump-a-thon four years previous.
Heading towards 29 Palms the scenery started to change again. The hills dotted with abandoned small houses. Doors and windows gaping open like a scene from a horror movie. The houses with ...
... four miles to the Bears with renewed energy and anxious excitement. I definitely didn't take enough pictures to do Ziggy justice but it's almost one if those things I'd rather keep in a special place in my heart. Ziggy is the female half and The Bear is her counterpart. They are both well into their 70's (sorry if we are overestimating!) and know how to do dome serious trail magic. I heard a story that they used to be at another house slightly less convenient but through ...
... and walking the dogs we caught up on our chores. The carpet was vacuumed, the hard surface floors damp mopped, took the dogs for a walk, cleaned the bathroom, took the dogs for a walk. Jil went shopping. I walked the dogs. Did I mention that the dogs went for a walk?
Anyway, that took us up to about lunch time. After lunch Jil and I decided to go to the driving range to see if that bucket of balls we hit two days ago sharpened our ...
... Lake. The lake was huge and to our surprise, although the temperature was 62 degrees, there were many boats on the lake, with some water skiers and a lot of fishermen. Big Bear City was a picturesque mountain resort town that caters to the lake crowd in the summer and to the snow skiers in the winter, driving through we could see many restaurants and small motels tucked beneath huge pine trees. The lake was created through the construction of a dam across a narrow but ...
... I found a new sense of adventure so I was excited to see a new place I haven't seen before. Even though it was slightly overcast it was still so beautiful. On our way there, we went to this AMAZING Mexican restaurant and I want to go back. When someone ordered fish, they served it head and all. You don't find very much of that in Orange County. So we drove through the area and Barbara shared some of the history of where she grew up and how people such as Frank ...