Photo Diary: A Day At The Lake

Michael and I went on a little day trip to the cutest little lake town, Lake Arrowhead! It’s about a 2.5 hour drive from San Diego and I highly recommend it if you’re looking for a something fun and quick to do. You could also stay the weekend and visit Big Bear too – it’s right next to Lake Arrowhead!

The drive up is beautiful. A crazy surprise was we turned onto what was called the Rim Of The World Highway and emerged into the clouds!! Breathtaking. It’s a bit dangerous if you go during a winter morning because it literally is blinding white and the clouds are so thick you cannot see, but it’s really peaceful…I imagine death and the entrance to heaven be something like this.

There is nothing like lakes – so captivating, calming. And then right next to the lake is the quaint but lively Lake Arrowhead Village. There were tons of people (and dogs) and even a parade going through! With the majestic backdrop of mountains and forest – it’s like a painting out of a fairytale book.

For lunch, we enjoyed ourselves at homey Papagayos. Afterwards, we walked it off by strolling around the village and perusing the shops. We picked up some dress shirts for Michael and got a caramel apple for dessert before heading out!

Lake Arrowhead Itinerary:

On the way home, the clouds cleared up and we could see the view from the Rim Of The World Highway. We had to pull over and take it in! #blessings

For dinner we ordered in some pho to keep us warm. It was so delicious, we ordered it again the next night! Btw, the apple from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory was excellent! As I type this now, I’d love another one *o*

Thank you everyone for reading!! And thank you to my sweetie Michael for always making memories with me~

See you next week!

Xo,
Em

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