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Spain Trip Part 2

  The next morning we woke up at 8 to take the ferry across the Strait of Gibraltar over to Morocco. We landed in Tangier and as soon as we got onto land our tour guide was there waiting for us. We partnered up with another family of three and went on our way. First stop was at a local coffee shop to try the local tea. This tea was amazing it was nothing to… Read more.

Cross Country Skiing at Tamarack Resort

The Lakes Basin isn’t just for the summer lovers around here, if you’ve ever been cross country skiing up at Tamarack you know what I’m talking about. Tamarack Lodge, located at Twin Lakes at the base of the Lakes Basin, offers not only winter accommodations in their cute cabins, great food at the Lakefront Restaurant, but also many winter activities such as cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobile tours and much more.  This is my first… Read more.

Top 10 Reasons to Buy a Home

You can get a Great Deal I can’t speak for the rest of the country….but here in Mammoth Lakes we have reverted back to 2001/2002 pricing!  Housing pricing is down over 50% from the highs we saw in 2005/2006. Mortgage Rates are Cheap Interest rates on mortgage financing are some of the lowest we’ve ever seen in history.  It is very possible that once they start to rise, you may never see rates this low… Read more.

Spain Trip Part 1

So now Spain can be officially marked off my list of places to visit. It was an amazing trip and we got so much traveling done around the country for just over a week. We began by flying into Sevilla; however, we arrived so late that we didn’t really get to see any sights but we were planning on coming back so we didn’t mind much and so we got ready for the big day… Read more.

Mammoth Biathlon

I can honestly say I never thought I would end up lying in the dirt with a rifle in my hand shooting targets. Not only am I doing this, but I am doing this with four other mothers (each of whom has multiple children) and no men present. I tagged along just for fun and the shear desire to get out of the house after my newborn kept me up for yet another sleepless night…. Read more.

Mammoth Mountain

What type of person does Mammoth Mountain attract?   Who do these slopes call to its amazing terrain?  Mammoth brings the most knowledgeable and experienced skiers and riders in the world in addition to families and athletes across the nation. I have never seen a winter quite like this one since I have resided here. We have suffered a national drought of historical proportions. We saw it every night on the national news and you saw… Read more.

Family Fun Day at June Mountain!

For the Kazberry Family, Sundays are traditionally our fun family day when we get to hang out and enjoy a day off together.  With a 9 month old, our activities are usually limited to hanging out at the park or Keough’s Hot Springs, or if we’re feeling particularly adventurous we might head out on a bike ride with the kiddy trailer in tow.  A couple weeks ago, we decided to really go all out and… Read more.

SFR Certification

Nicole Godoy and Leslie O’Berry have recently earned the nationally recognized Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource certification. The National Association of REALTORS® offers the SFR certification to REALTORS® who want to help both buyers and sellers navigate these complicated transactions, as demand for professional expertise with distressed sales grows. According to a recent NAR survey, nearly one-third of all existing homes sold recently were either short sales or foreclosures. For many real estate professionals, short… Read more.

Bouldering in Bishop

The spring temperatures have been rising, and escaping to Bishop for a little bouldering session set the tone for a beautiful day yesterday. The Happies are a little piece of blissful escape for many that like to enjoy some bouldering action in the area. Only a short drive south of Mammoth, and a few minutes outside of Bishop; taking a break from the snow in March to enjoy these out of the ordinary warm temperatures… Read more.

Mammoth’s Best Day of the Winter!

Well it’s no surprise that this winter in the Eastern Sierra hasn’t lived up to its usual dump-fest that we’ve all become so accustom to. However, with a nice storm that finally reached Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, both locals and tourists have their addiction temporarily fulfilled. After a few back-to-back days of fresh new snow falling, February 16th proved to be an amazing blue bird day with moderate temps and fantastic conditions. And although the… Read more.