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We introduced Shirley to IHOP this morning which was yummy as usual! Then hit the road again to travel up to Big Bear Lake! None of us knew that Big Bear Lake was up a mountain but the car managed, with just a little complaining! The town of Big Bear City was strange because half of it was advertising the summer activities and then every so ...
... to us. We did some research last summer and came up liked the idea of spending the holidays at the Sands RV Resort located in Desert Hot Springs, California.
You may ask, what about family? The magic of Christmas has dimmed for all but the youngest of grandkids as the significance of the birth of Christ grows within them. Half of our family spends their holidays close to their homes. ...
... tiny specks of homes in the distance blending into the landscape. I feel eerily isolated and we are both very pleased to have fuel in the tank. Noah thinks he's in a Queens of the Stone Age video, so he's happy.
I end up sitting in the back with Woody who develops a bit of a case of cabin fever. I then move back to the front when I catch his cabin fever, and leave him to watch the first 10 minutes of Toy Story 3 over and over again.
In our travels we quite frequently come across one of the 146 National Cemeteries. The National Cemeteries are generally military cemeteries containing the graves of U.S. Military personnel, veterans and their spouses. When we come across one of these cemeteries we make of a point of stopping by to pay our respects to those who gave service to this country that we are so grateful to call home!
Saturday 25 December 2010
Christmas morning! Yay - my first white Christmas!
The day started a little slow - we all slept in until about 8.30am, - quite a sleep-in given its Christmas morning.
Darren made us all scrambled eggs for breakfast and the boys gave me a cute Christmas present - a snowman Pandora charm, very cute!
We left the house at about 10.30am and drove over to the other side of the lake so i could take some photos of the ...