Honey Bear Lodge & Cabins
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Wednesday, May 6, 2015. PCT day 17 I left Deep Creek Hot Springs by 0730. My goal for today was mile 328, Silverwood Lake, 20 miles away. The trail paralleled Deep Creek high above until about mile 315. From there it climbed up to some chaparral hills before finishing at the lake. The weather was cool and windy. Fog or a marine layer was visible on the south slope of the mountains. With the cooler weather and the many water sources along the way, I ...
... having to park the car and put the top up but I think he was secretly worried that something untoward had happened to me. With large drinks in hand I slipped back into my seat cursing as the hot black leather touched my legs and strapped in before farewelling Vegas for another time.
We were on the freeway before long heading towards Boulder City, our first stop along the route out of Nevada and back towards California. A quick detour to the Hoover Dam allowed ...
... Planner. she would love to showcase her talents and I though this might be a great opportunity to do so.
At about 10 minutes after 1 we pulled out of the parking lot and headed for Grand Terrace, CA. I took some pictures of many fields around the area, I never knew that there was so much agriculture in this area. But as you can see from the couple of pictures how much there is.
We arrived at Mike and Jenny Croy's house a couple of ...
... the sons went around with her and told her everything about living on this ranch. The old Queens Mine is located above and Keys then put in a number dams and ponds. He built the house and a school house (where his wife taught his five children). He also had a huge junk yard so he could fix things. There were wells, old laundry machines, drills, etc. and an old Mack Truck (that was used in a Disney movie that he was in ...
... out in cold weather and get their feet wet too!
Daytime: temperatures have ranged from the low 50's to around 65 degrees. Anything above 50 degrees feels warm- unless the wind is blowing. When the sun goes down behind Mt. San Jacinto its time to don a jacket.
Precipitation: around a tenth of an inch last week. Not much rain but this is the desert.
Wind: breezy at times, calm others- UNTIL TODAY!