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Saturday May 2, 2015. PCT day 13 I awoke by 5:30 today next to Mission Creek. Today was a 21 mile day, making it to mile 250, putting us 16 miles from Big Bear. Starting out at 3800 feet, we climbed more than 5000 feet, topping out at 8700 feet. It is nice to have left the desert and be back in the pines. Definitely much cooler up here. Our water sources were mile 139 and 150. It's amazing ...
... turn. That was not a challenge at all considering Dave had almost killed us three times before we got to the exit. Good thing it was smooth sailing afterwards! There were several icy moments when our marriage almost died, mainly when he kept drifting to the right hand side, almost killing me, and driving ridiculously slowly. However, I stopped backseat driving and just sang the 'to the left, to the left' song every ...
... bike. A little incline and had to keep stopping to breathe. Had to be the altitude, right? JD seemed to do fine though...hmmm.. Coming back was easier..did only about 5 miles total. Very, very pretty trail though. Overlooking the lake and snow-capped mountains in the background. We made it back, then loaded up the bikes and drove all the way around the lake. Some very amazing views, homes, rock formations. Stopped at the dam that forms Big Bear Lake for a picture ...
... After the owner's death, Keys gained possession of the mine as payment for back wages.
In 1917, Bill Keys filed on an 80 acre homestead under the Homestead Act and began to build a ranch. He soon married Frances May Lawton. The couple had seven children between 1919 and 1931, three of whom died during childhood. Together the Keys family tackled the hardships of isolated desert life. Eventually, the Keys' homestead included a ranch house, store, two ...
... How do you suppose that they can play golf in that gear?
We've had some illness and injuries in the family this year. Our daughter has had three surgeries- thyroid, rotator cuff, and two days ago removal of bone spurs in her hip joint. A grandson had bone spurs removed from a toe. Another grandson is recovering from growth plate femur fracture. Our brother in law received a pacemaker. A sister suffers from ongoing bone problems. We wish you all well and God Bless.