BEST WESTERN Big Bear Chateau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- 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 ...
... they were able to get into a house right off the PCT. It is seriously 2/10 of a mile off trail. We rolled in around 4:30 with every intention of staying the night. What we did not expect was to be immediately attacked with love. The Bear told us to get our packs off, take a seat and get ready for an amazing Epsom salt foot soak followed by a shower if we would like one. There were probably another ten hikers when we got there though most were on their way out to get a few more miles ...
... all. Surprisingly we both struck the golf balls a little better today. After hitting a half a bucket of balls in relatively mild conditions- WOOSH! A very strong wind springs up from the west. Leaves and palm fronds are ripped from their trees. My half empty bucket of balls is knocked over. The wind knocks me off balance as I ready to hit the next ball. TREES ARE UPROOTED..... not really, just checking to see if you are paying attention ...
... can look down on the San Andreas fault. The park ranger offered to point it out to us on the map but I wondered out loud if this was really necessary. He said "don't worry, it's not going to be active today" How did he know? I'm not happy staying so close to one of the biggest fault lines on earth. Earthquakes are so common place in his area that the local paper reports the previous ...
... sundry. Today's ride was more or less all along wide urban roads and through 100 traffic lights. The other drivers were remarkably courteous particularly since we acted like cyclists do and more or less ignored most of the traffic rules. The weather was cool (like an English Summer) and for some of the time there was a tailwind. There was one faller, bruised and cracked helmet but otherwise unhurt. One GPS fell off and was run over by a ...