More snow is in the forecast again for Mammoth Lakes, in the wake of a holiday crush where some lift line waits reportedly stretched to 90 minutes. The new system was expected to roll in Wednesday afternoon and linger through the weekend.
Visitors reported 60- to 90-minute waits at some of the busiest runs on Saturday, as the resort faced delays in digging out from last week’s string of blizzards.Read more
Unleash your inner cowboy on a four-day visit to the plains, cliffs and snow-capped peaks of Wyoming.
The excursion is based at the 25,000-acre Red Reflet Ranch near Bighorn National Forest, a working ranch and resort. Guests can ride horses or bikes, hike, go on a cattle drive, fly-fish on private streams, go aerial sightseeing or do range shooting.Read more
There’s no red carpet or statuette, but the award for the most annoying in-flight behavior on a plane goes to … seat kicking. It’s the second year in a row seat kickers have taken the top spot. Worse yet, people are reluctant to confront any passenger who’s behaving badly.
That’s the findings from Expedia’s Airplane Etiquette Study released Tuesday.Read more
Start your year with a cultural immersion when more than 30 museums in Southern California open their doors for free. Museums Free-for-All encourages visitors to try out a new museum or go site-hopping on Jan. 29.
The deal: Plan your free day by checking out the list of participating museums.Read more
All the recent talk about the U.S. infrastructure got me thinking about the last time the federal government decided to rebuild America.
Bridges, parks, schools, courthouses, theaters, hospitals and dams all across the U.S. owe their provenance to the Great Depression-era Works Progress Administration (later known as the Work Projects Administration).Read more
In the shade of my thatch cabana classroom, I beamed as my children, ages 6 and 9, serenaded me.
Reid, my younger son, shook the maracas, his older brother, Liam, beat a colorfully painted drum made from an old paint can, and their Spanish teacher strummed a ukulele.
Of course, I recognized the song — it was “La Cucaracha” — and I laughed as they sang a verse about a lady cockroach and her scarf.Read more