Saturday, November 3, 2012

Lake Arrowhead Condo For Sale ~ Nov 3, 2012

Spacious Condo in Edgewater with dock slip included. 4 bedroom unit for the whole gang and easy access. Exterior Deck has a lake view and beautiful common areas. Kitchen with dining area on main level with fireplace. Walk to Village & Shops. Easy access to Lake Trail. This is a great interior condo unit that is not on the road. Priced to sell.  ML# 2121673    4Bedrooms/4Baths $299,000

See this property or others at PropertiesinLakeArrowhead.

Today in Lake Arrowhead ~ Nov. 3, 2012

It's a perfect fall day in Lake Arrowhead. Today's temps may get up to 71. Like I said, perfect!

What's Happening This Weekend? Mountain Sunrise Rotary Charity Auction.
Sat, November 3, 2012 1pm – 9pm
Where: Lake Arrowhead Country Club.
So take advantage of the mountain weather and come on up, and come on out.
P.S. Don't forget to turn your clocks to FALL BACK!

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Time to Change The Clocks: FALL BACK ~ Nov. 2012

Fall is here and it's time to change those clocks!

So, before you hop into bed Sat. (Nov 3, 2012), turn your clocks back one hour. Yes, you'll GAIN an hour of sleep (supposedly).

And, while you're at it, change the batteries in the smoke and carbon-monoxide alarms.

Then, you can start making that grocery list for your big Thanksgiving Feast. Woot!

Spring Forward 2012

Tuesday, October 30, 2012


I know. I know. We're quite a few days away from winter. BUT it's never to early to be prepared when youwinter in the mountains live in the mountains since Mother Nature can change her weather-mind in a spilt second. If mountain folks don't prepare, they may face some expensive problems (like broken pipes, for one) later on.

Below are a few tips to get your Lake Arrowhead (mountain) home"prepared" for "Old Man Winter."

Fireplace: It's a perfect time, if you haven't already, to call a Chimney Sweep. He/she can make sure your fireplace is not only clean, but safe.

Roof: Is your roof ready for rain and snow? A good check-up may be in order.

Landscaping: Sprinklers (irrigation systems) should be turned off and hoses drained.

Pipes! Make sure exposed pipes are "wrapped." These problems can be soooo expensive IF they freeze and burst.

Weekend cabin/home: If you're a part-timer, make sure you drain your pipes before heading home, and turn off the water. A SHUT OFF VALVE is an awesome item to have installed.

Doors and Windows: Weather-stripping and caulking should be your best friend!

Gutters: Clean them of leaves and pine-needles.

Power Outages: In case the power goes out (and it can!): Make sure you have plenty of candles, extra flashlights, loads of batteries & a lantern or two and matches. Generators are always helpful.

Snow Equipment: Place your snow shovels in an easy-to-get-to spot. If you have a snow blower, it's a great time to take it for a "check up."

Food and Drinking Water: Bottled water and can(non-perishable) goods should be on hand (3-4 days...just in case)

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