I took a short drive this afternoon to see what San Bernardino Peak and San Gorgonio looked like covered in snow from various vantage points around town. It sure looks like winter down here in the East Valley.
Going back through more old pictures, I found this one I really enjoyed from 10 years ago. A late May snowstorm surprised everyone, including this carved bear at the entrance to a business in Big Bear Lake. I wouldn’t mind being pleasantly surprised by a healthy snowfall this year, it’s about time we started getting […]
I drove up to Running Springs and Snow Valley yesterday to check on conditions. Returning to the flatlands, I stopped and grabbed this view, showing clouds clinging to the mountainside and Hwy 330 snaking in and out of canyons. The communities of Redlands and Mentone can be seen in the distance.
A Facebook post by Les Stukenberg, photographer at The Daily Courier, reminded me of the picture above I made a few years ago during a quick road trip to Prescott, Arizona. Yavapai County decorates the courthouse every year for the holidays and makes a big deal out of turning the lights on. See the story […]
Bush’s 40-year career in public service included serving as envoy to China and head of the CIA under Ford. From today’s The New York Times: “George H. W. Bush was the best one-term president the country has ever had, and one of the most underrated presidents of all time,” James A. Baker III, the former […]
In going through some old files, I came across this favorite from some years ago, showing a father and son thoroughly enjoying themselves at Snowdrift Snow Tubing Park a few miles up the hill in the San Bernardino National Forest. Recents rains and today’s low temperatures have me hopeful we’ll get a good snow year.
Our friends at Think Tank Photo just announced their Black Friday specials. It will put its popular Airport Advantage Plus rolling camera bag on sale at 50% over Black Friday weekend. In addition, several of its most popular camera bags will be on sale at 40% starting on Black Friday and through December 2nd. And […]
I’m looking forward to checking out the annual Festival of Lights in downtown Riverside. Every year, shortly after Labor Day, crews begin the monumental task of decorating The Mission Inn for the event, which begins with the lighting ceremony the day after Thanksgiving and ends around New Years Day. It’s pretty amazing to me that […]