What it means is that tonight a Santa Ana will begin to blow, a hot wind from the northeast whining down through the Cajon and San Gorgonio Passes, blowing up sand storms out along Route 66, drying the hills and the nerves to flash point. For a few days now we will see smoke back in the canyons, and hear sirens in the night. I have neither heard nor read that a Santa Ana is due, but I know it, and almost everyone I have seen today knows it too. We know it because we feel it.
The Mohave Traila trade route from the Mohave villages on the Colorado River that crossed the Mojave Desert from spring to spring and then followed the Mojave River upstream, entered the valley from the slopes of Monument Peak in the San Bernardino Mountains.
It was built to graze cattleand for Indian Reductions of the Serrano people and Cahuilla people into Mission Indians. After being destroyed in a revolt, the estancia was later reestablished as San Bernardino de Sena Estancia inand is now is a California Historical Landmark and museum in Redlands.
In Governor Juan B. Included were all of the original estencia buildings: These emigrants first colonized Politana on the Rancho San Bernardino in Don Lorenzo Trujillo brought the first colony of settlers from New Mexico to settle on land provided by the Lugos about one half mile south of the Indian village of La Politana.
American settlers in the region included soldiers from the Mormon Battalion inafter the California Campaign of the Mexican—American War was won by the U.
Lyman and Charles C. Panorama of the San Bernardino Valley in Geography[ edit ] The San Bernardino Valley was cut from fast moving water flows from mountain ranges in the north, east and south that collectively drain into the Santa Ana River basin that goes to the Pacific Ocean through Riverside and Orange County.
The San Bernardino Valley is surrounded by nature preservesnational forestsand recreational areas. Many people travel through the valley for a variety of outdoor mountain sports, including skiing, hiking, biking, and ballooning—in the mountain resorts of CrestlineLake Arrowhead and Big Bear City.
Once part of famed U.
Route 66the San Bernardino Valley is now crossed by two Interstate routes. Interstate 15 enters the valley from the south, and exits on the north over Cajon Pass to the Mojave Desert.
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