Filming in Fawnskin

You might have seen the “Finish Line” set up at Grays Peak trailhead. It isn’t a race, it is a set for a Ford Explorer commercial. The crew will be filming today and tomorrow and you’ll see their trailers up at the triangle. I’ve been busy working so don’t have much more dirt than that.

Also, the Siberian Husky lost/dumped in the area over the weekend is an escape artist. He is black and white with blue eyes. A couple of people have taken him in but he escapes and is destructive in doing so. He is a handsome fellow. Anyone have any news about him?

I believe the white toyota was towed. I’ll double check with Cynthia and let you know what I learn later.

Short and sweet this am! I await a contribution from Steve Blood who said he is emailing over details about the new radio station.

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  • 1
    September 8th, 2009 09:45

    Dear Gossip Girl! I came across your very interesting blog in search for a certain filming location. Recently I happened to watch this 1971 Columbo classic “Murder by the Book” and I wondered where that beautiful lake in the mountains might be, which is featured in some scenes. IMDB pointed my to Big Bear Lake, but that was all and no further search provided me with the exact place. Tried Google street view – again no result, except that I now vaguely feel the lake scenes must have been filmed at Big Bear Lake’s north shore, probably at Fawnskin. I know, it’s an odd question, but maybe you know something about the filming of “Murder by the Book”? Or you know someone, who happen to know something… ? Maybe you posted already in your blog about the Columbo serial – if so, please forgive my ignorance and point me toward it. Thanks in advance, tm

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    GG (Gossip Girl)
    September 18th, 2009 17:06

    The best source of information for filming locations would be through the Inland Empire Film Office or for films through the books, Magnificant Mountain Movies by W. Lee Cozad. Many different series and locations took place up at Cedar Lake. I’ll ask my historian and see what she comes up with.