The Last Bookstore

Twisting and turning through the maze of a bookstore, it was difficult not to gaze in awe. Art crafted from books hung throughout, but the thousands of books were art themselves.  Located in Downtown LA, The Last Bookstore is the largest new and used bookstore in California. The building measures 22,000 square feet and makes the perfect destination for book lovers.  I wasn’t looking for … Continue reading The Last Bookstore

From Old to New — Palm Springs Wind Farm Tour

Over 4,000 windmills reside in the San Gorgonio Mountain Pass between The San Bernardino Mountains and the Jacinto Mountains in Palm Springs. The mountain peak is over 10,000 feet in elevation and creates a wind funnel which creates constant wind – it’s the perfect place to have windmills. These massive structures provide electricity for Palm Springs, as well as the Coachella Valley.  On road trips, … Continue reading From Old to New — Palm Springs Wind Farm Tour

There’s a LOT to Love at Ike’s Love and Sandwiches

Located in Tustin, California, Ike’s Love and Sandwiches has a section of their menu dedicated to vegetarian and vegan options.  Their décor is cute and simple, like any other sandwich place, and it is busy. Online orders as well as in-person take out orders are always being placed, so you know the food is good.  I ordered the Pee Wee as a vegetarian sandwich, which … Continue reading There’s a LOT to Love at Ike’s Love and Sandwiches

How I Long for Poppy Field Adventures…

Lately I have been reminiscing about what I was doing this time last year.  The adventures that I was going on don’t compare to the static life I’m living now.  Last year, I was frolicking through the brightly colored poppy fields in Lake Elsinore. The area was saturated with bright orange flowers, contrasting from the green mountain they grew on, making it such a scenic … Continue reading How I Long for Poppy Field Adventures…

Sawdust Art Festival 2018

Last Sunday, my family and I drove down to Laguna Beach to attend the Sawdust Art Festival’s 28th Annual Winter Fantasy. There were so many booths set up, all with different media. The variety included jewelry, photography, clothing, ceramics, woodworks, painting, and sculpture. Being a winter theme, there were multiple Christmas trees and nutcrackers around. It even “snowed”! Admission was not 75 cents as it … Continue reading Sawdust Art Festival 2018