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... br> Before going out this evening for some food, at about 7.30pm, I put on a jumper. After walking out the door I walked back in and put a coat on as well. I didn’t expect it to be this cold up here. The altitude at around 2500m means this place at less than 100 miles from LA is at zero degrees centigrade tonight compared with 12 degrees in LA, where I have been going around in shorts and T-shirt at ...
... would pass signs advising against possibly snow drifts or winter sports shops or even a ski slope that looked very odd without all the snow! But I guess that's what it's like when the seasons you live in are so extreme!! We found the lake and decided after yesterday's hiking around the mountains to just enjoy sitting calmly by the lake... ...
... head at Garnet (now Palm Springs) was fourteen miles round-trip. He walked it several times a week with his black burro, Merry Xmas.
After several months, Yerxa met an elderly Native American who described an Indian step-down well near Yerxa’s property. He found the well, but apparently the water was too alkaline to use.
After careful consideration and a lot of digging, Yerxa discovered the Miracle Hill aquifer in 1914. It came out of the ground at 132 degrees. It ...
The excuse that stuck in my mind was "The Cantor Has A Terrible Voice". Good reason not to go to church, eh? You most likely understand where I'm going with this. St. Elizabeths cantor has less than a stellar voice. I almost blurted out my thought to Jil. Fortunately I was able to control myself. Anyway, the church was almost filled to capacity and everyone seemed happy with their cantor so who am I to judge. The Mass was enjoyable and ...
... Snow Summit snow fields as a backdrop to lake front houses - very pretty (though a lot of glare at this time of day). The lake had iced over in parts and there were sheets of ice cracking and making an awesome shattering noise as the lake water lapped up onto the boat ramps. The boys had lots of fun head-butting and ninja chopping sheets of ice.
We continued driving through Fawnskin and onto highway 18 to take some more photos of the gorgeous mountains ...