Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Brazilian writer Carlos Casteneda refused to visit San Bernardino.

Brazilian writer Carlos Casteneda refused to visit San Bernardino because he thought it pointed to an entrance to Hell. What a myth!

Let me tell you a few more interesting information about Lake Arrohead.
*Arrowhead is a popular place name in and near the western San Bernardino Mountains of the U.S. state of California. The name is derived from a natural geographic formation of bare rock on the side of the mountains near San Bernardino.

*The city of Lake Arrowhead, California and the adjacent lake, Lake Arrowhead Reservoir, take their names from the formation as does Arrowhead Water.

*The Native Americans of the San Bernardino Valley thought the Arrowhead pointed to the artesian hot springs below.

*The Mormon settlers thought it pointed to the site which became San Bernardino,

*Lake Arrowhead is a man made lake that was originally created to water the orange trees in locations such as Redlands and Riverside. However, it is now a private lake restricted to the use of property owners.

*Lake Arrowhead Village is an unincorporated community, with the Chamber of Commerce the de facto governing body

* Originally inhabited by the Serrano Indians, Lake Arrowhead is now a mountain resort area with easy access to Los Angeles, skiing, camping, shopping and recreation.

I gathered all this information from several sources from the internet because I have a plan to visit my sister who lives in Deer Lodge Park community.

This blog post may well turn out to be a handbook on Lake Arrowhead.
Hey, I just saved you a lot of time mate.

Oh, I almost forgot to tell you about the ‘The charming Willow Woods’, a local shopping community, a Florist in Lake Arrowhead Ca, about whom my sister talked about on a few occasions.

This florist’s website indicates that their services are available every day of the week from 8 am to 6 pm.

They service the entire San Bernardino County with the help of 10 employees.

For the largest variety of flowers in Lake Arrowhead, call (877) 336-0026or Fax: (909) 336-0064
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