Connie's Cabins

Address: Big Bear Lake, California, United States | Ranch
 
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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 in..it'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 ...

Days 8-12: Gary Frackin' Numan & California

A travel blog entry by numanoids on Aug 31, 2013

26 photos

... back on the road in no time. Today we are supposed to head off to Los Angeles for the day where Michelle and I will be checking out the taping of a Craig Ferguson episode. Apparently he's a big Numan fan, so if I do happen to get the chance I want to chat him up about that!

Anyway, attached are some iPhone photos and a couple of the D5100 photos of our tripping around and some gig shots I snapped over the last few days. Enjoy! I'll update again from the road ...

Life Of A Desert Rat

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 21, 2012

8 photos

... offered here.

Met a lot of Canucks too! A lot of Canucks. Seems like the Canadians are grouped together either by choice or circumstance by the province from which they came. Our site is situated on the British Columbia dominated loop. Across the main access road are mostly folks from Alberta with a smattering of Saskatchewans thrown in. The rest of the sites are occupied by folks from the States.

We then went down to old town La Quinta via Interstate 10 just ...

Nature, Cure For Everything

A travel blog entry by mjanderson8708 on Feb 18, 2012

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... the mountain for only about the first half mile or so. After that it was like a whole different world. It was as if some had muted the sounds of life and turned on nature. You forget sometimes the simple things like the sound of trees cracking in the cold or the sound of birds pecking at frozen trees or even the trickle of a stream that is just inches under the snow and your feet. For me, when I slow down, relax and just listen is when I really forget the pressures of the ...

We do not remember days, we remember moments...

A travel blog entry by vrosebaker on Apr 03, 2011

1 comment, 23 photos

... write letters and so it was wonderful to see her in person. She has a ten-day leave and then a week of recruiter assistance. She will still be in the area, just having to work for part of the time. We went to church with her and the pastor making announcements to the congregation welcomed Jessie home and thanked her for her service. In that moment I was so proud of her and realized how much she had accomplished. My mom started to tear up the second she saw Jessie and I ...