Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... our normal arrival times, it took a bit of jockeying to get between the 2 palm trees, disconnect our tow dolly and push it out of the way, and finish getting backed in...but as usual, Greg make it look pretty easy! Enjoying different scenery, even if it was motorhomes on either side, quite close!
... fine, quality citrus. However, the severe "freeze" of 1913 destroyed many groves. Walnuts, a hardier tree, were planted as replacements along with peaches as a quick-profit crop.
The social activities in the early 1900's centered around the Farm Bureau Extension Service and the Women's Club established in 1908, followed by the P.T.A. in the 1930's. Since there were no local churches, people traveled to surrounding communities for worship and other church ...
... ago, we did a
room change when my husband came
up to meet us. We did the
paperwork for the bigger place.
The owner again reminds me of the maximum occupancy rule. REALLY!! WE HAVE NEVER VIOLATED THIS RULE! WE NEVER TRIED OR INTENDED TO VIOLATE IT!! SIGH!! He shows me the contract. I tell him curtly, “ I can read!!” After this incident, he starts to talk nicer. Instead of being condescending, he
tries to now be ...
... bad for you! They even sell chocolate brownies stuffed with peanut butter - yum maaa!!! Darren and the boys had an ice cream - and i had the benefit of trying each of them :)
We had a look in Stupidiotic - a funny gift store kind of like RG Madden or the Re Store but with wacky gifts. http://www.stupidiotic.com/
After looking around the village we drove back to Big Bear Snow Play for 'round two' of our inner ...
... It’ll give me time while I am away to think over the job and really consider if I want to work as a CA again or not, who knows what lies ahead.
As far as I know this is about all that is going on in my world. I’ve been focusing on classes and just making sure I don’t fall behind because the end of the semester will be here before I know it!! I miss you all very much and hope all is going ...