Sleepy Forest Cottages

426 South Eureka Drive, Big Bear Lake, California, 92315, United States | 3 star lodge
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Location

This 3 star lodge, located on 426 South Eureka Drive, Big Bear Lake, is near Snow Summit, Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain, Big Bear Discovery Center, and Champion Lodgepole Pine.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake

    A Lovely Christmas Had By All

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 25, 2012

    5 photos

    ... the same. Then we noticed that all the males were sitting on Jil's side and all the females on my side. I looked about and our table was the only one with this arrangement as the others had males and females randomly seated on each side of their table. I guess the really strange thing aboot our seating arrangement was Jil and I stuck to our guns and did not exchange places with one another. So our table had seven gentlemen and one lady seated on one side of the table and 7 ladies ...

    Arriving at the Croy's

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Oct 11, 2012

    49 photos

    ... br> Grand Terrace was originally called "The Terrace" because of its higher ground. Later, the name "Grand" was added referring to the area's lovely view. The area's first settlers were Dr. Benjamin Barton (hence Barton Road) and Dr. W.R. Fox. By the time the Riverside-Highland Water Company was formed in 1898, this community was known as Grand Terrace.

    Push to Cityhood

    In 1962, the Grand Terrace Chamber of Commerce was organized. From the very ...

    So it all begins

    A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Sep 04, 2011

    1 comment

    ... classes start tuesday and I hope with that my life will be more normal as well. Once my residents find a rhythm I will be able to step back a bit and move forward with other things. The beginning of the year is always a fun time and makes me feel that the rest of the year will zoom by. Next month there will be more to tell with classes, Intervarsity, Mortar Board and just my experiences in general. Miss you all!!!


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    The start of something wonderful...

    A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Feb 05, 2011

    29 photos

    ... end of it all. There's a rough draft to our plans (chasing the warmer seasons around the US, counter clockwise), but we want to see where the road takes us. We are throwing caution to the wind, a bit, by not having any set dates. If we love a place, we stay longer. If we hear of a place that's a must see, we go. We get bored, we move on. After all, we are traveling by RV and have no reservations.

    Well, that's not entirely true as ...

    What part of the elephant do you wash?

    A travel blog entry by bronsenstoltz on Dec 21, 2010

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... This story is amazing because it is such a great parallel for life and how each one of us perceives and describes life from our own experiences of blindly washing our given parts of the elephant. I loved this story so much that I researched this parable and, thanks to Wikipedia.org, I found that this story has roots in many different religions and cultures like the Hindu, Muslim, and Buddhism and even used in ...