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May 2, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ken Willingham was lamenting last weekend how it wasn't like the good old days because, "I don't see a lot of family groups coming up to fish." At that moment, Ron Kniep and his 10-year-old daughter, Karin, walked through the door of Ernie's Tackle and Ski Shop carrying heavy stringers of rainbow trout, fresh from Gull Lake. Willingham's joy showed that, suddenly, it was the good old days again--just different.
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July 14, 2013 | Chris Erskine
Tired of the shuttle-bus lines, the candy wrappers, the oh-the-humanity crowds that threaten to spoil the Yosemite experience? Have we got a summer place for you. The sleepy June Lake Loop offers all the joys of the Sierra with a fraction of the fuss. There are four alpine lakes, waterfalls, towering back-country hikes, kayaks, a high-end spa and some of the huskiest trout you've ever seen. This all makes June Lake one of the most amiable -- and versatile -- weekend jaunts in California.
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July 14, 2013 | Chris Erskine
Tired of the shuttle-bus lines, the candy wrappers, the oh-the-humanity crowds that threaten to spoil the Yosemite experience? Have we got a summer place for you. The sleepy June Lake Loop offers all the joys of the Sierra with a fraction of the fuss. There are four alpine lakes, waterfalls, towering back-country hikes, kayaks, a high-end spa and some of the huskiest trout you've ever seen. This all makes June Lake one of the most amiable -- and versatile -- weekend jaunts in California.
SPORTS
May 2, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ken Willingham was lamenting last weekend how it wasn't like the good old days because, "I don't see a lot of family groups coming up to fish." At that moment, Ron Kniep and his 10-year-old daughter, Karin, walked through the door of Ernie's Tackle and Ski Shop carrying heavy stringers of rainbow trout, fresh from Gull Lake. Willingham's joy showed that, suddenly, it was the good old days again--just different.
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February 15, 2004 | John Corrigan, Times Staff Writer
When it comes to the Eastern Sierra, getting there is half the fun -- unless you get stuck in a blinding snowstorm. Heading north on U.S. 395 for a weekend ski trip last month, we drove into a blizzard just outside of Bishop. Tire chains and near-whiteout conditions limited speed to about 30 mph, and we crossed our fingers that Caltrans wouldn't close the highway, as it had the day before.
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June 17, 2001 | JOHN CORRIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
I'm swimming laps in an almost-empty indoor pool, stretching out after a day of late-season skiing, the water heated just right for a workout. The huge gallery windows looking out on the mountain landscape are misty with condensation. Outside, bundled up against the chill, my wife is winding up a fly-fishing lesson. Alison's instructor grimaces as he reaches into freezing water to unhook a trout. It's nicer in here.
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