Some moments from our weekend getaway. The Empire Railway Museum, pancakes at Sweet Sue’s, Lake Minnewaska hike, and my pregnant lady lunch.
Town In Costa Rica Was Covered In 3.5 Tons Of Flower Petals After A Volcano-Like Explosion:
If you hopped on a plane and took a flight to Costa Rica to visit a town near the Irazú Volcano, you would find yourself surrounded by tons (literally) of flower petals the minute you stepped off the plane. Why, you ask? Well, thanks to Sony, the entire town is blanketed in flower petals after it used 3.5 tons to film an advertisement for the brand’s new 4K Ultra HDTV. Read more (and see more images) at elitedaily.
Completely captivated by the Luce Center @nyhistory
Giant Vintage Camera Cafe:
"… a mom and pop coffee shop, built by a former air-force helicopter pilot with a passion for photography and a bit of DIY (just a bit). The giant camera coffee shop was his dream for several years and it finally came true when he built it right next door to the bungalow he shared with his wife." Read more at messynessychic.com
Cher and David Geffen. Interesting look at their relationship on PBS’s American Masters.
Last week we said bye to the original Long Beach house, and the almost century of family history that went with it. I’m thankful for the past six years I was included in that family history.
In a few months there will be new house and new memories to come for our growing family.
We have finally moved on to slow pickling. Smell ya later, quick pickles.
(ok, maybe not really, refrigerator pickling is so much faster).
Summer will return.