Our Secret Garden Mountain Retreat
Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... photos also. So I will just have to be obedient to the Travelpod gurus and put my words and photos where the website allows them.
A rainbow appeared near the mountains this morning and lasted for hours. It started below the cloud line and continued up a very long distance into a very clear blue sky. My neighbor, Jil nor I had ever seen a ...
... Springs RV Resort”, a Passport America Campground; the resort is principally a winter residence for snow birds but it is now basically deserted, it is a very large and beautiful facility. The drive here was mostly on interstate highways and basically boring until we hit I-10 and we entered the mountains, and like most mountains in the desert they were steep, rocky and barren. Approaching the valley in which Desert ...
... grown adult. He
talked to me like a child. BUT IT
WAS FUTILE TALKING TO HIM. I knew
it would be, but I had to say “my peace”.
He is someone who is on his “high horse” and thinks, talks and behaves
that way towards his customers or at least, some of his customers.
PLEASE DO NOT SPEND YOUR MONEY HERE! YOUR MEMORIES WILL BE UNDESERVEDLY
... part in the games activities - hopefully the children are used to running about in the sun.
The campus seems to be heaving atm with randomers here forming some sort of special trip. The American kids seem very full on and will constantly talk to you at tea time, however they seem very nice. On the Saturday we were told the camp we are on, I have been assigned Thousand Oaks which is North of Los Angeles and around ...
... apparently be on tour).
Dan, Darren and I had a butternut squash soup for entree (kind of like pumpkin soup) and Joel had a Caesar salad. The bread rolls were so yummy! The mains were also really good - i had salmon, Dan had a pork ouso buco, Joel had a chicken breast and Darren had a fillet Mignon. Darren and I managed a whole bottle of red - good for body warmth!
When we got home Dan, Darren and I took a dip in ...