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Two Doors Down – Visiting The Center For Land Use Interpretation

Every time I hear that phrase I think of the awesome Dolly Parton song. “Two doors down they’re laughin’ and drinkin’ and having a party…” Oh how I love Dolly. Anywho….so last week I mentioned a second interesting museum I found after my visit to […]

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Taking a Tour in the Cemetery

Now that may be one of my least creative titles but I’ve been struggling for the last day or so and I just can’t seem to come up with something witty. So I figured I’d just tell it like it is – I recently attended […]

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A Bird In the Hand…Viewing Specimens at the Moore Laboratory of Zoology

I suppose I should insert a pun here but I don’t really feel like it. I’m just feeling too bird brained today. Hyuck, hyuck, hyuck. So, I don’t know if you heard, but last Saturday was Obscura Day. It’s a worldwide celebration of… well…obscurity. Basically […]

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Lovely Lanterman House – Touring La Canada’s Lanterman House

It’s not often that I write a post right after visiting a place. But I so enjoyed my excursion today that I couldn’t wait to share it with you. Nestled behind those trees is the Lanterman House of La Canada Flintridge. It’s a beautiful Craftsman […]

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Looking At the Past in Long Beach- Visiting the Long Beach Historical Society

I just love when I discover a new place by chance. I was strolling along, minding my business, when out of an orange colored sky…oops! Lost my train of thought. As I was trying to say, my friend and I were just strolling along in […]

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Another Side Of Ansel Adams – Viewing an Exhibit at DRKRM

What do you think of when you think of Ansel Adams? I know I immediately see a black and white image of Half Dome, perhaps in a poster size, probably hanging in a dorm room…not to discount Mr. Adams’ skill. It’s a beautiful image, but […]

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