So much snow and no skis!


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December 18th 2006
Published: December 24th 2006
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Big Bear Lake


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This is where we turned back.
Day 2 we drove right through LA to the other side, and the Big Bear Lake area in the San Bernardino mountains. We'd planned to see if we could find some skis and a slope and have a go, but in the end it was too cold, especially since we don't have any salopettes with us... Whimps 😉 Also, past Arrowhead (close to the top of the mountain) snow chains were a requirement, and we didn't have any of those either... So we went back down again, and headed for the Joshua Tree National Park. Well worth the trip though, for the fantastic views.



Sa mycket sno och inga skidor!

Dag 2 korde vi rakt igenom LA till andra sidan, och Big Bear Lake-omradet i San Bernardino-bergen. Vi hade tankt se om det fanns skidor och en backe for att ta ett par ak, men det var lite for kallt, sarskilt som vi inte har nagra skidklader med oss... Tunnisar 😉 Dessutom, ovanfor Arrowhead (nara toppen) var man tvungen att ha snokedjor pa bilen, och vi hade inte nagra sana heller... Sa vi akte ner igen, och styrde kosan mot Joshua Tree National Park. Val vart modan dock,
15"...15"...15"...

of snow the night before. Think they've had around 5ft so far this winter, and it's only December. It's about 2 hours drive from LA and the beach.
for den otroliga utsikten.

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