BEST WESTERN Big Bear Chateau
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... the snow in winter but good to catch up and try and persuade him to come visit us in Bangkok.
Jen must have still been feeling tipsy from the night before as she managed to fall in fully clothed. Her balance is about as good as her driving! J
We then loaded up and headed back to unpack and prepare for another BBQ. More steak and some great wine and conversation.
A relatively early night to prepare for a long drive the next ...
... accommodate us and Kumar offered us a shot of Jack Daniels after our long drive. On top of that I was given the wigwam shot glass as a souvenir, another one to add to my collection I told him. Chuffed as natives we settled into our wigwam, which was far cosier than Holbrook's and had more room & facilities. Andy googled our native tribe name, so we consequently named our teepee 'Adsila' our tribal name. Next thing was an appropriate pool bomb, as the sun set over ...
... the week-days, but not too sure it worked out that way. We were stopped fully for a motorcycle wreck, then slow moving until we hit another bottle neck that we think was caused by Father's Day traffic trying to get to various functions around LA, especially bad near Universal City and Zoo entrances. Then once things kind of filtered out we hit the 'return traffic' from the beaches. Stop and go almost all the way ...
... can reach 120 degrees. Narrow staircases create a chimney effect, drawing cooler air from lower levels to the floors above. There are holes in the walls to allow rattlesnake access and embedded jars to be used as wall safes. He built the entire structure himself except for the occasional help from day laborers: He started construction when he was almost 60 years old.
The house was saved from the bulldozer by Cole Eyraud. Upon his death ownership passed to the City of Desert Hot ...
This morning was cold and rainy, when we woke up it was 58 degrees inside, so it must have been colder outside; and then while we were eating breakfast it started to rain. Luckily it stopped raining by the time we started to pack up to move. We traveled west on I-8, north on I-15 to I-215 north, then CA Rt 60 east, and I-10 east to exit 117 and the town of "Desert Hot Springs", (north west of Palm Springs). We are staying at ...