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... point there were are number of ups and downs as the road entered the forest and climbed over a stretch of about 20 miles to the high point of 8443 feet before dropping slightly into Big Bear City at the eastern edge of Big Bear Lake. Big Bear City has a population of over 6000 and is a popular winter and summer holiday destination. The drive down from a Big Bear Lake was no less thrilling than the drive up and at times all that was ...
... were fantastic and you felt like you should take a picture on every corner of the road. On the other side it is not so attractive as the hills are scarred with a hundred years or so of mining. But the main street of Oatman (there really is only ONE street) looked just like it did in the old days, I guess, as it had been kept faithfully accurate for the tourists, complete with the current generation of donkeys or asses roaming the streets. (I think the ...
After getting up and showering we walked over to Denny's Diner for breakfast. Back to Motel 6 and pack the car to get ready to move on down the road. Stopped for Gas along the way then forged on to the visitors center at Pyramid lake were we saw sweeping vista of theLake from its
wraparound balcony, Vista del Lago Visitors Center is DWR's largest information center.
We were greeted by a friendly tour guide who gave us an overview of the center.
... our birthday with people we love and care about in the states. I remember celebrating our birthday last year in Argentina and that is something I will never forget but it made me appreciate having people to come to at home as well. Not soon after our birthday was it our lovely mother's (yay mama!) She wants to be 60 so bad but only has one more year to go. Next year we are going to have a big shindig for her so keep that in mind :)
After all of our birthdays ...
... I definitely would not if the roles were reversed :)
At roughly 6000 feet, Wrightwood provided some much-needed coolness after a scorching drive across the desert.
The "Night Life" of Wrightwood consisted of the Coon - where any female who unknowingly or unsuspectingly ventured in to such an establishment was soon surrounded and accosted by ravenous mountain men, and the Inn - a depressingly humorous blend of horrible music ...