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Old 11-11-2019, 06:57 AM   #1
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Veteranís Day Boondocking

I camped at one of my favorite BLM sites this weekend. It is near Big Bear CA and this is a great time of year to camp there. It is about 7000 feet in elevation so it is cold at night but the weather is great during the day, around 65 degrees. Even on a holiday weekend, Veterans Day, it wasnít too crowded.

Here is a video about the trip and thank you to all of the Veterans out there!

https://youtu.be/IEySnqZmuUM
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Old 11-11-2019, 03:48 PM   #2
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Mike, my DW and I did watch your video. Back in the day (60's) I camped in the Big Bear area with fellow Marines. With help from Special Services and what todays youth would refer to as a 'hooptie', a 1954 Cadillac, it was one of the few things we could afford to do on $84 per month. Believe me, it seems to me that the area is still beautiful today. Thanks...
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Mike, my DW and I did watch your video. Back in the day (60's) I camped in the Big Bear area with fellow Marines. With help from Special Services and what todays youth would refer to as a 'hooptie', a 1954 Cadillac, it was one of the few things we could afford to do on $84 per month. Believe me, it seems to me that the area is still beautiful today. Thanks...
Jim,

Thanks for checking out the video. It is still beautiful. The area was also very clean, no one had left any trash. I also have fond memories of camping when I was in the Marines (in the 90s). Although in those days all I remember doing was drinking

Thanks for your service and happy Veteran’s Day to you!
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