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Old 06-12-2003, 04:08 AM
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Anyone visit there ? Or live there?
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Im just down the mountain from you...kinda, but yes I been known to visit there a few times a year for skiing.
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I was just up there over Mother's Day.
We took our pontoon boat out on the lake for the day.
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Skiing...I've tried boarding a couple o' times, but I prefer skiing. Havn't skied in the past few years, the snowfall has been minimal.
I think Summit and Snow Valley have some of the best hills, for this far south anyway.

Man, there's nothing like a pontoon boat on Big Bear Lake. Low water lately, still a nice lake. It's nice up here in the off season right now. It'll pick up again, and it's back to work for me.
..Vacation rental cabin bizz..

It's a beeautiful day up here......

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I do some camping and fishing in and around the Big Bear area...Its beautiful
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Lived there for a year a long time ago. I still go up occasionally to visit my friends, the LeCroy family, at The Log Cabin Restaurant. It's one of the places I plan on taking Bubba, Coronado, and Miss April (photos to be posted in my gallery if I can ever figure out how to get them in there). recently discovered the Waffle Iron Cafe in Apple Valley. It's a good place to stop on the way up.
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Dumptech::The Log Cabin??! I love their fresh bread. I buy bread there a lot. The best! Eaten there too.
I see the Waffle Iron all the time on my way to Victorville for supplies. Always threaten to stop there and have a lunch, but I always put it off 'til 'next time'. Well.....Next time, I will.

socaljerry:: It's a beautiful place to visit, and live. Cool to hear from ya!!
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Ironbelly: I worked at the Log Cabin about 20 yrs ago when I lived there. It was good then, it's still good. I grew up with the family before they moved up the hill. As for the Waffle Iron, when you enter, you're a neighbor. It's what life would be like if everybody just slowed down a bit. Don't wait 'til "next time".-DG
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We have a place in Running Springs, just up highway 18, but since I work in Long Beach, the commute would be impossible. I'd love to be a full-time resident. Do you ever fish at Green Valley Lake?

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Havn't fished Green Valley Lake. But I have been there a few times. Beautiful place. Same goes for Crestline, Bluejay, Aerowhead,Running Springs, and Rim of the World Highway is a breathtaking drive!! Love these mountains!
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I stayed in Green Valley Lake before... It's a nice place... Of course it was a long time ago.
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Still a nice place....Welcom to the board!
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In '95 I had what you might call a bad day, while on my way to the annual Corvette "Big Bear Bash"...
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I'd just like to use this opportunity to say that I no longer drink and drive!
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OOooohh....Ouch! Did you 'biff it' on the mountain roads ??
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