View from the Palo Verde Hills, California. Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach in the distance.
The Streamliner Passing Through a California Orange Grove.
This one is pretty surrealistic. Not sure it is true to life.
1950, Golden Gate Park
Comprising 1,013 acres, Golden Gate Park is the largest man-made park in the world. It extends four miles through residential districts ending at the Pacific Ocean. There are miles of bridal paths, motor roads, foot trails as well as museums and animal runs in the Park.
The world’s largest underground garage occupying four levels beneath the surface can accommodate 1700 cars. It is to be used as an air raid shelter if it becomes necessary to do so. It has entranced on Post, Powell, Stockton and Geary Streets.
Santa Monica Beach, California. Thousands enjoy the sun, sea and sand at this famous Southern California Beach.
Couldn’t pass up this postcard! Hope you had a great drive back.
Toured this observatory with Bill and Bron on Friday. What spectacular views of the city below.
Enjoyed meeting Roberto for breakfast and was good to spend time with Floyd and Joyce and Russ. Russ is struggling to keep up with all the care Phil needs. Also enjoyed seeing Bud and the family at Anglica’s home. Hope all is well with you.
Griffith Observatory has been a major Los Angeles landmark since 1935. Visited by nearly two million people each year, it ranks as one of the top tourist attractions of Southern California. It sits on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood where it commands a stunning view of the Los Angeles basin below. The Griffith Observatory provides information on astronomy and related sciences to the public.
We visited the Russian fort in California yesterday. It has a beautiful view of the sea, and lots of cannons. There were a lot of rifles in this building too.
Kuskov House, Fort Ross State Historic Park, California. This building is a reconstruction of the residence of Ivan Alexandrovich Kuskov, who founded Fort Ross in 1812 and was the first manager. Ross was a settlement of the Russian American Company until 1841.