Connie's Cabins

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

Great Race of 2013 from St. Paul, MN to Mobile,AL

A travel blog entry by mvmcwane on Jun 03, 2013

29 comments, 12 photos

... clouds. He was planning on staying in Oklahoma City tonight. Jim was getting a bit tired, so Ken took over the driving, and he was suppose to be practicing keeping a steady speed anyway, Matt asked him how he was doing with that, Ken said" Great...it's working real good,.... using the cruise control" After composing himself...Matt said ..".Ken, the Packard doesn't have cruise control, you are suppose to be practicing. " When ...

Nice Relaxing Day

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 16, 2012

5 photos

... to an Australian fella by the name of Matthew Kelly. He has been extolling the virtues of church teachings for years. He subscribes to the KISS theory. He takes complicated subject and make them very simple and easy to understand. Anyhow, his subject addressed the excuses people make for not wanting to go to Mass. Too long, Boring, The Cantor Has A Terrible Voice and a thousand more excuses he rattles off in rapid succession. Most ...

Whatever will be, will be

A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Oct 07, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... that I would hate it by now being in a freshmen-only hall but I've been pleasantly surprised. My residents want to be involved and overall seem to be different than other freshmen classes(in a good way.) Don't get me wrong I have had a couple tough moments but it's easy to forget about them. It's refreshing to see the school through their eyes as well because it's pretty easy as a senior to want to check out and do my own thing. But I realized this is still a year out of my ...

Paying Respect

A travel blog entry by thesairs on Jan 08, 2011

11 photos

... first came into being back in 1917. By 1918 the Airfield contained 12 hangers, six barracks equipped for 150 men each, mess halls, a machine shop, post exchange, hospital, supply depot, an aero repair building, bachelor officer's quarters and a residence for the commanding officer.

Training contiued at March Field until 1921 when budget cuts forced the closer of the base. The base would reopen in 1926 ...

'White Christmas' Day

A travel blog entry by skyescott on Dec 25, 2010

... we were given the choice of a free beanie or t-shirt in lieu for missing out on two of the zip lines. We chose the beanies.
Tonight we had dinner at Nottingham's. The waitress let us try some Root Beer – which is pretty much like Doctor Pepper. The dinner was pretty nice – I had a stuffed Salmon and veg and wild rice. It’s quite funny that everywhere you go you get soup or salad and mash potato or roast potato or wild rice with your ...

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