Flying Around Bluff Lake Reserve

August 1, 20121 Comment

A little over a month ago, we were camping up in the San Bernardino Mountains and came upon a HUGE meadow.  Turns out it was Bluff Lake Reserve.  This place is cool!  There’s a big lake, and the meadow has a dense tree-line surrounding it, and even though the wind wasn’t really cooperating, it made for some fun flying.  While we were setting up to fly we ran into Evan Welsh, who manages the preserve, and Doug Chudy, one of the summer rangers.  We showed them our gear and explained what we were up to and they told us that it was “coolest thing they’ve ever come across someone doing on one of their properties” — needless to say they were excited about the footage.  If you’re interested in the area, check out their page on Facebook or their web site. It’s only a short drive through the countryside south of Big Bear Lake.

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  1. Linda says:

    That was awesome! I have camped there and seen it many times, but that was amazing to see it from the air. Great job..

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