Bears Den in Moonridge

Address: Moonridge, Big Bear Lake, California, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Moonridge, Big Bear Lake, is near Anderson Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake

It's time for some kicks on Route 66

A travel blog entry by damel on Oct 12, 2014

25 photos

... some retired American Marines who were doing the Route 66. Damian learned that the road had been partially closed due to recent storms which had washed away some of the bridges and roads along the route. We refuelled with Route 66 root beer and hit the road again.

Again with the top down and the sun high we passed the desert plains for as far as the eye could see, some cracking with salt like huge lily pads. Damian reminisced about his time spent on the hand ...

Las Vegas!!

A travel blog entry by daisylou71 on Oct 12, 2013

2 comments, 33 photos

... stuff and quite remarkable how they managed to build it at that time and in that location!! Back to Vegas again.....we've checked out of the fabulous Bellagio so find a cheap motel room for the night......we have gone from the best hotel in Vegas to the worst!!! Haha, we call it the little Bellagio! As we're signing in a bloke in an open top car drove into the car park who Jon recognised from tv!!! I'll put his picture on and see who ...

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

... at our previous speed. We slowed down, and finally reached a short rock wall. This was hard to climb, and we slipped a few times, but we managed to reach the top. There, we saw that we had reached an intersection. One led to a hill, but it was a dead end. The other wound higher up the mountain. We took this one, which was also steep. This trail also led to an intersection. By this time, we had reached a great height. Both ...

Connections

A travel blog entry by normon66 on Jun 25, 2011

2 comments, 12 photos

... that I played my rendition of Duran Duran's Come Undone. Slightly slower, more intimate, a little more dynamic in some ways. This is another song that I don't perform with my hands and voice - it comes from within me and usually leaves me a little spent and tired. When I was done another voice from a few chairs away said, "I really like what you did with that song." "Oh, you recognized it?" I asked in surprise since most people don't. "Yes ...