Pine Knot Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... Seven downhill miles later, I was at Deep Creek Hot Springs (mile 308) by 3pm. This place is just like I remembered it when I used to come here back in the day when I lived in Fontana. There are several hot tub pools to soak in. The creek is good for swimming here as well. Myself and other PCT hikers decided to camp here, making today a 16 mile day for me. I met more thru hikers today. ...
... down smiles with a few stories I am sure. Abandoned cars, caravans and buses dotted the countryside. It was eerie and random to say the least. Some places were well kept and others tattered and sad. A lone restaurant stood in the dust with Joshua trees wonkily surrounding the perimeter. Other houses had big alien and UFO signs and paraphilia with neat rock gardens and large antennas. Next thing, Damian has a blood nose… nice! We cruised through the dusty flat ...
... was as I haven't seen any since Texas. Along the way through Hodge, Helendale and Oro Grande most of the old roadside businesses have been abandoned to nature's whim except for the former Sage Brush Inn west of Helendale which has been adapted to a residence with a recreation of the inn standing alongside. I crossed the Mojave River into Victorville although like so many other southwest rivers it has a complete lack of water right now. ...
... 99 sites for $15 per night and half of that if you have a pass. The campground is big with sites in eight different roads. The sites at the top have excellent views. There is even a horse camp at this campground. The one negative is the drive in. Once you get off Joshua Lane the two little roads in are filled with potholes that really need to be fixed. This campground is one of two at the National Park that does take ...
... some pruning tomorrow. Don't have to worry about putting the folding chairs away- I can't find them! Just kidding, the wind blew them over despite the protection afforded by the oleander hedge.
Our satellite dish is mounted on a very steady tripod, one that needs little help in staying upright. I'm glad that I decided to weigh our satellite dish down with a 2 gallon bucket full of water. Who wants to test the stability of the tripod ...