Bears Den in Moonridge
Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... 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 ...
... know that I don't write happy ****. Long after the jam session at the fire, I found myself playing solo. At one point, I played this song. I was singing just a whisper, for many reasons: one, because the words were not quite complete, but moreso because I promised this girl that she would be the first to hear it. Before I left Colorado, I gave her a card that read "...someday maybe I will write a happy song about all of the beautiful things ...
I wanted to take the kids to the snow and Big Bear is the place to be in Southern California. We went tubing at Snow Play. It was hundreds of feet high but we went on the magic carpet to get to the top. It's sort of like an escalator. You carry your tube and from the top you slide down to the bottom where you feel like you're getting out of control in the plush of snow, even though some ...
... onto my butt - sinking right down. My hands were *freezing* as i didn't have my gloves on and had to use bare hands to get myself upright.
We had another demonstration on how to brake etc. on the zip line - key point is not to try and brake by putting your hand in front of the trolley, and to brake by pushing down with our strongest hand's palm at the rear of the trolley (but not gripping it). Joel went first for the group, then Dan, then Darren, then I. ...
... Kathkali Center
- < li> Houseboat trip
- SKB. Our friend Leah's second orphanage/
- Cooking class
- State emporium
- Ear wallah
- Rickshaw ride