San Bernardino Mountains

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San′ Bernardi′no Moun′tains
a mountain range in S California. Highest peak, 11,485 ft. (3500 m).
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Nearly a hundred miles from its origin in the San Bernardino Mountains, the river enters a deep canyon and gradually seeps up from the desert sand.
The National Weather Service reported staggering rainfall amounts across California, including more than 9.4 inches over 48 hours at one location in the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles.
The Joshua tree is a unique and significant part of the ecosystems of the Mojave Desert, Sonoran Desert, and the San Bernardino Mountains. American Indians recognized the importance of the tree as its tough leaves can be worked into baskets and sandals and its flower buds and seeds are a healthy addition to the human diet.
2, 2003 file photo, a coyote wanders through a neighborhood in Cedar Glen, Calif., in the San Bernardino Mountains. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez / MANILA BULLETIN)
Southern California's warm climate might not seem conducive to winter sports, but White - the Michael Jordan of snowboarding - grew up near San Diego, honing his skills in the San Bernardino Mountains.
( InciWeb , the government's Incident Information Sytem, said on its website the smoke from the fire could directly affect portions of the Eastern San Bernardino Mountains. The South Coast Air Quality Management issued a ( smoke advisory , instructing residents to maintain caution. Meanwhile, many residents took to social media to post pictures and videos of the fire and the smoke. 
The wildfire, named the Blue Cut fire for a trail near where it ignited, has consumed 150 square kilometres and continues to threaten two small communities in the rugged San Bernardino mountains, about 100 kilometres east of Los Angeles.
SKI There are ski resorts closer to the SoCal coast, but none of them give you as much downhill for your dollar as Bear Mountain, an 800acre skier-snowboarder wonderland in the San Bernardino Mountains, 2 hours from downtown L.A.: 37 trails, 12 lifts, four 8,000-foot peaks, 17 rideable miles.
Their topics include Robinson Jeffers and the contemplation of consciousness, the neurasthenic logic of his anti-urbanism, the drama of presence in his lyric voice, an ecofeminist reading of "Roan Stallion," inhabitation as performative myth in Thoreau and Jeffers, his 1907 hike in the San Bernardino Mountains, and the warm reception of his poetry in Cold War Czechoslovakia.
Oak Glen Christian Conference Center, located 5,200 feet up in the San Bernardino Mountains, is about a 2 hour drive from Chinese Community Church of South Bay.
1993) were sympatric with mule deer, as was the situation in the San Bernardino Mountains, California (Schaefer et al.
Ryan Collins, now 39, had briefed officers in Big Bear Lake, in the snowy San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles, to be on the lookout for Dorner.

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