Grey Squirrel Resort
Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake
... s and they were mean( threatened to shoot his cattle and other things) but he held on and then was allowed to stay there until his death at age 89 in 1969. His wife had died in 1963.
It was late in the afternoon when we left and headed back out of the park to head west again to drive back in the park in Yucca Valley. We stayed at Black Rocks Campground in the park the closest campground to Palm ...
My daughter Nancy Lee and I have come to Desert Hot Springs for a three-day mini-vacation.
Today we visited Tahquitz Canyon, one of four canyons adjacent to Palm Springs that belong to the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians. We opted for a guided hike of the canyon with William, ...
... deserves all the credit actually because he was the first to say he wanted to get baptized. I have wanted to as well but have wanted to do it along with my siblings but forgot about being baptized since it had not come up for some time. So to hear that Paul wanted to do it brought it back to me. So one thing led to another and it ended up that all four of us decided to get baptized together!!! It was exciting and something I'll never forget. And as a senior I thought it ...
... owner is not necessarily friendly,
but whatever, he again reminds me (2 times) of the maximum occupancy rule. SIGH!
He is watching us like a hawk. I brought my nephew and 2 nieces over from where they were
staying to swim (in the empty pool) with my kids. We weren’t causing any disturbance. BIG MISTAKE! I guess I am not allowed to have
visitors. This is not in the
contract. The owner summons me
... first rays of sun melted the snow. Joel was smashing some pretty big snow 'boulders' onto the road whilst Dan was flicking snow with the shovel.
We eventually headed off to Big Bear Snow Play, with a morning coffee hit from Starbucks along the way. It's so cheap here, about $12 for two Peppermint Hot Choc, a tall Latte and a Grande (larger) Latte.
We arrived at Big Bear Snow Play just after opening time at 10am, ...