Ucla Lake Arrowhead Conference Center
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OMG. it's freezing and snowing. What the ****. The most incredible ever journey for me. How can things go so right go so wrong. 7599 feet high and blizzard conditions going over a mountain pass. No barriers Only engine to brake Harley's are not for snow. I was so scared I wanted a pooh. I can see now where the expression ******** yourself comes from. That's how scared I was. Would have given up but scared I would froze up there. Had to warm hands up on cylinder heads. ...
... next time I'll get a hotel or hostel. Jay and I figured we give the trail angel place a shot. I think after spending so much time in the mountains with minimal people contact, coming to a place like this is sensory overload for me. What these trail angels do for us hikers, however, is greatly appreciated. They offer there homes for us to stay and camp, shower, do laundry, they offer us food, etc. Definitely cannot leave here without donating ...
Wind seems to be the story here in the west in the spring especially. The view out our window could be St. Maarten! Very, very windy, sound of waves crashing on the beach, mountain in the background..... Watched a little boat this morning, we think he was fishing, flying across the water at 5 knots without sails OR his motor on. Got seasick watching him. This isn't a huge lake and the wind is relentless and looks like it will be until we leave... (Sigh). We had hoped ...
... So we tried to pull her email up on my cell phone.
We were a success!
She called the restaurant to make reservations and find out if they would accept the coupon
from the phone vs printed copy, another success!
Good dinner and great savings of about $35.00, most of all fantastic company to be sharing a meal with..
Home after a long day and a good night’s sleep.
... The rocks looked as if they were still as hot as the day they were formed. At one point, there were vast lava fields on either side of the Interstate. Most of our drive today looked like a monstrously sized moonscape. Very harsh, but very beautiful scenery in its own way. Our drive today was somewhat hampered by the high winds (24-28 MPH) which made poor Mufasa want to swing and sway at times. The road itself was VERY rough until after we got to Barstow. Near Barstow (where ...