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August 6, 1995 | MICHAEL J. GOODMAN, Goodman is a contributing editor to the Los Angeles Times Magazine
Cheerily we asked directions to Annie's Bed and Breakfast. "Oh yeah, the pig lady's place," was the matter-of-fact reply. "Pigs?" muttered my wife, Meredith. I winced. Annie's had been my pick from AAA and the California Bed & Breakfast Inns guides. We turned onto a country lane just outside Springville (population: 1,540), 174 miles northeast of Los Angeles in the foothills of California's Sierra Nevada mountains.
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August 28, 2005 | Dan Blackburn, Special to The Times
MY neighbor tempted me with the notion: a magical mountain campsite. No-hassle reservations. Only half a day's drive from Los Angeles. Car camping without being campfire-to-campfire with 100 other people? In one of the most popular areas of the most populous state in the union? In the summer? Was it possible? The affirmation came in the form of Quaking Aspen, a campground inside the national monument.
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