Connie's Cabins

Address: Big Bear Lake, California, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake

Big Bear Lake

A travel blog entry by tradition on May 10, 2014

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... really hairy towing our big RV. Climbed to 6750 feet elevation. Found our condo ok, checked's huge...3 bedrm. And very nice. Right on the shore of the lake with a fabulous view. But still pretty windy. Went to Village Pizza for some California pizza. Wierd...not Chicago pizza, that's for sure. Settled in and crashed...seemed like a really long day. Must have been the wind... Which is still ...

Ziggy and the Bear

A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on Apr 30, 2014

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... about our adventures whilst traveling, but Legend said that he has practically quit writing about miles or destinations or weather. Nowadays his trail journal is dedicated to one focused area; the people he meets while traveling. It was a nice reminder and subtle arrow in the direction to make sure we are enjoying and realizing the magnitude of the situation we have placed ourselves in. It was never as easy to realize that gravity as this night, sitting around with about 15 other ...

Cabot Puelbo Museum

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 29, 2012

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... Land Act of 1910; the discovery of the aquifer, the use of adobe, burros and other authentic tools and mining techniques to the nostalgic era of the 1950s when “roadside attractions” were common.

Cabot Yerxa (June 11, 1883 - March 5, 1965) was a real American character. He claimed descendance from John Cabot, the discoverer of Newfoundland. Yerxa seemed to always be at pivotal moments in history; he grew up in the Dakota Territories, panned for gold in the ...

We Are Not Desert Rats Nor Snow Birds But.........

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 15, 2012

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... us after the New Years. The other half have lots of other family members to celebrate with. We will miss them all right but we felt a need for a change.

The 160 miles we traveled went by uneventfully. Traffic was light on those long ribbons of concrete known as freeways. Planning a drive through this area has become a real art form. Time it wrong and one could sit in slow moving traffic for ...

First Day of Skiing (ever!)

A travel blog entry by skyescott on Dec 27, 2010

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... i didn't fall once) we went back to the base food hall area and grabbed a quick bite of lunch so we could make it to the 12.45p.m second lesson (rather than waiting the extra hour for the 1.45p.m).
At the beginning of the second lesson the instructor had us demonstrate our ability and Dan and I were put in B group, and Darren (more skilled) was put in C. The second lesson moved at a faster pace as we didn't have to wait for every group member to finish before the ...