Helloooo, we are back from beautiful Big Bear, where we had a perfectly lovely weekend, and a bit of an adventure as well! We took off Friday morning, in the motor home, because there were to be so many of us going up this time, that we could not all sleep at the cabin. So some had cabins near by, and some stayed with Mom in her cabin, and we took the motor home to park it in back and sleep there. Before we left, I had heard that there was a slight chance of snow flurries on Saturday night. Greg said..."NOoooo!!" The forecast is clear through the entire weekend. "Don't worry Bunny, it will be sunny and clear." So off we went, and hopped out of the motor home to find plenty of snow!
I have NO idea who took this of me? Mr. G was trying to get the motor home pulled in, I have no idea what in the heck I am doing with my hands?? Maybe I was saying STOP! You can see that there was plenty of snow already there from the storm that came through a few days before. This was taken in back of my Mom's place where we were going to put the motor home.
There was so much snow that my brother Tim and nephew Matt had to use their 4 wheel drive trucks to pack down the snow before he could pull across. It was hilarious watching them. My other brother Mark, and his wife Monica, and my Mom were watching and laughing from the back deck.
Even David, Erika's boyfriend got into the action. He held his own, but never got to wear the crown. Sorry David. Keep practicing!
The following day we went into town to shop, and everyone kind of went their own way. Mom and I went to a cooking demo at the Copper Q, and then we all met up again in the evening for a delicious meal my Mom cooked. She cooked a beef tenderloin that had to be 20 pounds! We all got into the kitchen to help prepare dinner.
That night, the wind blew, and the snow fell, for several hours. We were roasty toasty inside the motor home, but I knew that driving it home the next day would be iffy. This is what it looked like from inside.
Now, let Christmas begin!