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... lion, two grizzlies, and a tiger all caged up. I felt bad for them. The trail eventually gradually descended to about 6900 feet. We where definitely still in the pines, with the Ponderosa Pine, Douglas Fir, and Western Juniper being the dominant pine. I did notice that in the last 6 miles before finishing today, the vegetation began to change dramatically. The flora gave way to stubby Pinyon, desert Juniper, Mormon Tea, and White Sage. It ...
... has now been widened to include all of the wars that America has attended. In celebration of this day the town had strapped to each lamppost large banners displaying the stars & stripes with life size photos of the towns current soldiers in action. America certainly gets the support of their troops right. A relaxing three nights spent at Big Bear which included a long hike up one of the dry ski slopes and my first nervous haircut from ...
... birds, drove around some mountain neighborhoods and were amazed by the crazy way they build into the mountainsides. In the afternoon we took a pontoon boat ride around the lake, looked at the various bays and marinas and at the houses all around the lake. Some famous people evidently live and have lived here at Big Bear Lake. So glad we were able to spend time here. This is one we will remember and would not mind coming back ...
... This park protects 794,000 acres- nearly three-quarters of it designated wilderness- where the Mojave and Colorado deserts converge.
The park offers more than spiny plants and slithery creatures. Several ranches were located within the park as well as many mines. It offers many varieties of birds, American Kestrel, Ladder-backed woodpecker, red tailed hawk, raven, oriole, and roadrunner (Beep Beep!) to name just a few. The non-feathered creatures include ...
... you recall her pose! We went to Ruth Hardy park to eat lunch and walk our doggies- again.
We took our golf clubs out of storage and actually used them! It has been well over six years since that happened. Jil's clubs, which are newer than mine, are in great shape. My club grips, rather than being pliable have turned to stone. No biggie- so have my hands. We went to the driving range and hit some balls. We are really rusty after the long layoff. We didn't hit the balls ...