The family all drove up to Idyllwild over the holiday weekend and we stayed in a two story cabin, complete with a full kitchen. We basically just stayed there and went around town a little bit. We all wanted to relax and enjoy a different environment and boy, was it different! Hubby and I drove up Friday afternoon (I had a furlough day), got the food put away in the cabin, figured out who got which bedroom, and lit a fire in the wood-burning stove. It was COLD Saturday morning and when our daughter and I headed out to the store to buy some coffee creamer, I took these photos. I thought it was snow, but the local merchants told me it was frost. Isn't it amazing? I can't wait for our next trip back up there. Idyllwild is at about 6,000 feet, up a solid granite mountain (formed from the nearby San Andreas fault). We all had a relaxing weekend and we had some good family time together. The grandson got to feed peanuts to the blue jays and squirrels and he discovered a caterpillar making its way across the railing (probably a meal for one of the blue jays!) For those of you who commented that how could there be frost in May, remember this is at 6,000 feet in our local mountains and a storm front moved in overnight. We could see the clouds Saturday morning at sunrise. And, the desert was cooler that morning, also...it was only 82 degrees that day and it had been in the 100's the previous week.