In the distance, H. H. West's Buick is parked along the left side of a snowy road. Mertie West, an unknown man, Frances (West) Wells, H. H. West, Jr., and a dog stand and sit around the front end of the car. Another car to the right drives away in the opposite direction.
On the right, Mertie West points to H. H. West's Buick as she sits on sled which is connected to the back end of the Buick by a rope. Neil Wells crouches down next to her on the right. The Buick is parked ahead of them on the left side of the photograph.
Photograph, taken from a distance, of (from left to right): Neil Wells, Mertie West, Frances West Wells and H. H. West, Jr. sitting on the back porch of the cabin in the Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake. A small boulder on the left has "#19" painted on it and large rocks line a stepped walkway starting from the lower right corner.
Photograph of the Wells cabin in the Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake and the surrounding wooded landscape, heavily blanketed in snow, as seen from below a small hill. Agnes Whitaker, Mertie West, H. H. West, Jr., Frances (West) Wells and Forrest Whitaker stand in row just off the front porch of the cabin and admire the snow.
Distant photograph, from left to right, of Wayne West, Maud West, Mertie West, Agnes Whitaker and Forrest Whitaker standing outside of Doctor Ambrose Teel's cabin at Big Bear Lake. Rocky ground and tall grasses stretch across the foreground. The cabin stands in the distance at center. It is viewed at a slight angle from the front. The front entry to the cabin stands elevated from the ground. A porch extends in front of it, with stair access to the right of the door. Vertical slats of lumber stretch across the front siding of the cabin and the siding along the front porch. The group stands, left-of-center, in front and below the front porch. They stand in a row, except for Maud West; she stands behind and between Wayne West and Mertie West. Most face towards the camera; Forrest Whitaker faces left. Tall pines stand behind the cabin in the distance.
Photograph, from left to right, of Wayne West, Mertie West, Maud West, Agnes Whitaker and Forrest Whitaker sitting on the front porch of their cabin at Big Bear Lake. Cabin number 45 at Stillwell's Camp sits in the distance up a small grassy slope. It is viewed at an angle from the front and the side, facing left. A rock chimney rises along the right side of the cabin. A porch juts out from the front of the cabin. Steps lead up the porch from the right side. Mertie West, Maud West, Agnes Whitaker and Forrest Whitaker all sit on the steps. They look in the general direction of the camera, except for Maud, who looks back towards the cabin. Behind them at left, Wayne West's head is visible behind the porch rail. To the left of the cabin, a tall tree stands, leaning towards the cabin.
Mertie West stands in the center of the photograph. In one hand she holds an icicle and with the other hand, she reaches up towards an icicle hanging off of the eave of the Wells cabin in the Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake.
Photograph of Frances West Wells (left) and Mertie Whitaker West (right) standing and posing for a photograph in front of a woodpile outside of a cabin. A second woodpile is in the background at center and a cabin can be seen in the background on the right.
Photograph, from left to right, of Mertie West and Agnes Whitaker stopping to pose on the dock before heading back to their cabin at Big Bear Lake. The dock enters frame from the bottom edge and stretches straight back through center, reaching land in the mid-ground. Boats are moored alongside the dock at left and right. In the near distance at center, Mertie West and Agnes Whitaker stand on the dock. Both are bundled up and carry seat cushions. Mertie faces camera while Agnes faces right, but turns her head towards camera. Directly behind them, metal barrels stand on the shore. A little further back at right, a few cars are parked in a lot. An open field sits in the distance at left. Pines line the background. Opaque, white patches occupy the lower left and lower right corners, dissipating as they extend upwards along their respective edges.