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  1. Linda Richards says

    Nice blog. I hope to run into you during Corks & Hops or Jamboree Days!
    Linda & Tim Richards

  2. Rachel M Sacramento says

    Hi Linda,

    I enjoyed reading about your experience living in Crestline. I have a couple of questions for you but I don’t know if you respond to emails. I will include my email and if you’re able to get back to me through email, I’d appreciate that.

    Thank you.

  3. Christopher Russell says

    Hi Linda,
    Is there an area of Crestline that you recommend for people with kids that want wooded views? I have seen a few in the Arrowhead Heights areas but was hoping for an insiders opinion. It seems homes on the north side of the lake are more crammed together and the roads seem worse for snow days. Any thoughts are appreciated as we want to buy in the area soon.

  4. Erin says

    Hi.. I’m so glad I found this on my google search. I’m trying to decide if I’m putting an offer on a home in Crestline tomorrow AM and currently live in Venice Beach. I don’t want to go as far as Big Bear Since I still have to be in LA part of the week but wanted a small community feel and the ability to walk around a lake. I’m so glad you posted these events and perspective 🙂 Thank you!

    • Maude Leigh says

      You’re welcome! I hope you find the perfect home for yourself. The area around the lake is so beautiful and quick access to the lake would be wonderful. It’s the perfect morning walk. We are especially thankful for our outdoor mountain space these days 🙂 Best of luck to you on your search!

  5. Marjorie says

    I was so happy to come across this blog post. We are buying a house in Crestline (Valley of Enchantment to be specific) and I’ve been really curious about what it will be like living there–especially trying to meet people during a pandemic! I had no idea about mail delivery–any other unique tips like that?

    • Maude Leigh says

      Hi, Marjorie! Welcome to the mountain! I can’t think of any other unique tips, but I do have a blog post about some of the fun local places to check out. http://litflower.com/things-to-do-crestline-ca/

      Things have been a little quiet during the pandemic, but don’t be discouraged. There are so many wonderful local places to check out and many of them are open and have safety measures in place to make you feel comfortable. Some local shops even deliver or have shipping options, so be sure to ask. Hopefully, next year will be back to normal. When that happens, be sure to check out the weekly farmers market/concert and the monthly Corks’n’Hops event that both happen during the warm weather months. Both events are fun for adults, with beer and wine, but also are really great for families and kids. They are both really great ways to meet people in the community.

      Please do not hesitate to get in contact with me if you have any more questions!

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