Tamarack Pines Inn

Address: 18326 Highway 4, Bear Valley, California, 95223, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 18326 Highway 4, Bear Valley, is near Lake Alpine, Bear Valley Cross Country and Adventure Company, Mary Laveroni Community Park, and Green Tree Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Bear Valley

    Las Vegas to Rialto

    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 16, 2014

    51 photos

    ... and oh did it purr too. I obviously amused him and Andy got some very contented photo shots of me. Then he was gone with an enormous roar with his cow horn handle bars, grrr. Andy bought Kevin a drink with the last of our dollars and we wished Donna good luck with her hip replacement and told Ed we'd give him a big up in our blog. Donna asked us to give them a big shout out on yelp too. With our goodbyes, & leaving them to wondered what had just happened, we ...

    Travelodge, Big Bear, 10.30pm

    A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Oct 21, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Up, up and up the trail continued. Stopping occasionally for a rest I struggled to regain my breath. As I neared the highest point – the Grandview Point – the air was becoming chilly, despite the afternoon sun being well out.

    Coming down again was a blast, the descent lasting for around 15 minutes. Fast corners, drops off logs, twisting on the bike as I negotiated gaps through ...

    The Road to Oatman, AZ...Historic Loop Route 66

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on May 17, 2012

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... surrounding. At 9:20 local time it was already 92 degrees. We saw lots of yuccas in the surrounding desert at the beginning of our trip. Later on we saw a large number of Joshua Trees which are sort of yuccas on steroids. There were also many Cholla cacti along our route…a sure sign of desert habitat.

    The drive to Oatman was absolutely spectacular. In fact, that drive by itself was worth our whole trip out here. The vistas varied from buttes and rugged ...

    Mad Dog's Trail

    A travel blog entry by aum on Oct 15, 2011

    4 photos

    ... long, so we decided to try them both. The one on the left was our first choice. This one had lots of tall grasses, and was very narrow. It was about 3 feet wide, and there was a cliff and the end. After walking for a while, we discovered that this trail also led to a dead end. So, sadly, we had to turn back. This time, we decided to try the other trail. We quickly discovered that this trail was very long, so we followed it. ...

    Connections

    A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jun 25, 2011

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... each other. Through it all and after it all, somehow, we have maintained this deep, indescribable love for each other. She is nothing but light to me. Our ****** up love is so much more, so greatly transcendent to any kind of romantic love. So much more than soulmates. Intrinsically connected and intertwined. Twin souls.

    Recently I started writing a song to try to capture some of this. A happy song. For those of you who know ...