I went out to dinner last weekend, more specifically to a dinner theatre. I don’t usually attend such things. In fact I can’t recall the last time I tried this. But I was feeling like something different, an adventure, so I roped a friend into going with me to Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen.
This adventure was
I went to Sierra Madre a couple days ago. I used to live there about thirty years ago and still drive through whenever I can. I just like it. It’s a small town (population about 10,000) nestled right up against the San Gabriel Mountains and just to the east of Pasadena. I suppose one would
In this second segment about my recent trip to Death Valley National Park I want to talk about some of the iconic places within the park that my daughter and I visited. Many sites I had considered ahead of time with the help of friends who had been there before. Others were serendipitous.
One such unexpected outing occurred the first morning before dawn. Halley and I wandered a couple miles east of Stovepipe Wells to the Sand Dunes. We didn’t know