Knights Inn Big Bear Lake
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... had massive wind to contend with and at one point when I stopped for a quick video, Short Step came running around the bend 2 minutes later thoroughly freaking out, convinced that I had been blown off the mountain when she turned around and realized I wasn't right behind her. All in all, a great time was had. The temperatures were fair enough and we got to the 206 snow creek faucet around 2:40 pm. We didn't linger too long there anxious to meet the Ziggy situation face to face. We hiked ...
... with "eh?"
Yes, there are a lot of Canadiens here. Probably as many from Canada as California. I've heard that up to 40% of the people here are from Canada. Also represented are folks from the northern United States- Alaska, South and North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Washington, Oregon, Iowa, New York. The list goes on and on, but these are the places that come to mind.
As a group these folks are affectionately known as "Snowbirds". ...
... live in. It is like something gets a hold of me and takes all that stress, anger and unneeded thoughts and throws them away. That is when I really begin to enjoy the simply things.
The park was gorgeous at this time of day. The sun was just over the tree line and it was about 40 degrees out. The snow was up to my knees and the sky was clear for miles. Even the trail was amazing, the few people that had come this far on the trail had done it with snow shoes ...
... and share this moment with Becca.
In March the west area(Anderson, Grossmont and Fairmont Hall) staff put on the second annual pancake dinner fundraiser. This year it was called "Hotcakes for Hope" because we raised money for Youth Hope. Youth Hope was a not-for-profit organization I volunteered for last year that serves youth who are homeless in Redlands. Last year we rose money for Redlands Family Services and called the event "Flapjacks for Families." I could ...
... out front for some 'snow play' time. The snow was perfect! Not icy and great for snowmen! I built a snow woman and gave her a punk style Mohawk using stick things. I decided she looked like Pink the singer - and i even gave her pink lips using red food coloring.
In the afternoon we drove to Bear Mountain and collected all our ski lift tickets and filled out forms for rental equipment - all that's left to do tomorrow is rock up and collect our equipment. ...