Feb 04, 2007 The road past there, heading to Big Bear is where it does get scary. If there is fog or ice on the road, it is dangerous. I lived there for 13 years and unless you are familiar with the roads you just have to take it very slow.The Big Bear DriveIn was the typical American drivein theatre icon on State Route 305, between Poulsbo and Suquamish near the Agate Pass Bride. It was built and operated by the Lilquist family of Poulsbo, who also operated the Almo Theatre indoor in downtown Poulsbro, which is now in retail use. big bear scary drive
Driving To Big Bear During The Winter Months Some Advice January 2, 2009 by Tyler Wood 53 Comments This post is inspired by the pleasure (not really) I had of driving off of the mountain recently, and to educate those who plan to make the trip to Big Bear this winter.
Coming up to Big Bear Lake during the winter season? Before you leave your house, here are a few winter driving tips for you to know. In a Rear Wheel drive vehicle, when you start to spin, remove your foot from the gas pedal and slowly steer in the direction you want the car to go. If you are still skidding, countersteer until your vehicle The Big Bear Scare# BigBearScare Big Bear Lake is the place to eat, drink, and be scary. Weve been communicating with spooks and spirits to bring you your favorite Halloween activities every weekend inbig bear scary drive Here are five things I learned while driving to Big Bear Lake. There is no doubt that the drive up to Big Bear Mountain is beautiful, but for those not accustomed to driving the mountain, you may have a misunderstanding of exactly how high you may be traveling. but I dont think I will drive this long again, especially those scary