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Getty Center Gardens: Living Work of Art

The Getty Center site sits more than 800 feet high in the Santa Monica Mountains, providing panoramic views: the Pacific Ocean to the West, UCLA and Century City to East, the cactus garden punctuates the city views of the South Bay and Palos Verdes peninsula to the South, and the helicopter pad blends into the hillside surroundings to the North. 607 more words


Dodger Dogs & Homeruns Galore!

So, as we’re currently in the midst of some playoff baseball, I realized that I never blogged about my first LA Dodger Stadium experience & the best thing that went along with it (& every baseball excursion in my eyes)…the hot dogs! 581 more words


Getty Center Architecture: Work of Art with a Museum Inside

The J. Paul Getty Museum’s collection is divided between the Getty Villa, in the Museum’s original location above Malibu, and the newer Getty Center in the Santa Monica Mountains off of the 405, across from the University of California, Los Angeles. 690 more words


"Getting to the top is optional. Getting down is mandatory." Saturday hikes at Runyon Canyon:

We had a birthday in this house last week! Yep, that’s right, Biff turned 7! (Or maybe 6, we’re not really sure since Alex rescued him in 2010). 477 more words


Pelican Cove & Point Vicente: Hiking in Palos Verdes

What happens when your original plans don’t go as planned? Improvise! The other weekend we had made plans to go check out Abalone Cove in Palos Verdes after receiving lots of recommendations from many of the new people I’ve been meeting out here! 368 more words


Visit the LA Arboretum today, if you are in So Cal

Today’s post is another from the LA arboretum (in the orchid room), it is a bird nest fern and reportedly a good house plant.  In this image you can see circinate vernation. 195 more words

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