Well, we finally arrived at our work site for the summer. It is very beautiful, in a little community of cabins halfway between Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake in the San Bernardino mountains of southern California. They have a small lake for fishing but it is private and they charge to fish there. I do plan to get my license and try the fishing in the area. There are many hikes around too, plus museums and all kinds of store so we will hardly ever have to ‘go down the mountain’ for anything.
We took a side trip to Lake Arrowhead which is a jewel of a lake and a very upscale area with many mansions right on the lake. It is also private but we can visit the businesses.
We started work several days early because we are already here and have Camp Host experience. We have to manage four different campgrounds, two of which are on rough dirt roads. Good thing they provided us with a work truck for the drives because we wouldn’t want to take our old Cherokee out there very often. There is a pond that you have to drive through and one section of road that has been severely eroded from storms.
Last night we had almost 6″ of fresh powder snow. It is very pretty but I am sure that most campers will stay home rather than tent camp in the snow. The high today was about 34 degrees. One camper just showed up and I am curious if they will stay through the night.
We are looking forward to another great Rich adventure up in the mountains…………………..