I'm back from a year long roadtrip around the US and Canada in a restored 1977 GMC motorhome with @kittyholmes
There is finally water under the bridge at sweet rock.
Hey everyone. I moved my account over to @paul_cloutier if you're wondering where i went come on over and visit.
The Porterberry cocktail at The Dead Rabbit in New York. Worth a visit, it lives up to the hype.
Love this old bicycle with a side car in Yountville.
In the back yard of a taqueria in riverside is a crazy collection of folk art buildings made from discarded beer bottles. This is some kind of Tibetan teepee mashup. There is a small chapel, tons of little grottoes, ponds, and giant figures. If your ever in riverside it's with a quick stop.
A sweet little Jeep Forward Control at the Peterson automotive museum. There was a concept to bring these back recently. I would have a hard time not plonking down some cash for a clean one of these.
The donut hole in La Puente nearish LA. A drive through donut shop!
Yes! Blackbird number 15 for us! This is an SR71A and was flown here via the adjacent march field air base. You can climb up to the cockpit on this display.
The house of tomorrow in Palm Springs. Built for developer Robert Alexander who was the Eichler of Palm Springs for those of you in the Bay Area. Unfortunately the Alexander's all died in a plane crash so they never really got to use it. Elvis' Svengali producer Col. Parker leased it after their death and Elvis had his honeymoon with Pricilla here.
The Moorten Botanical garden, "The World's First Cactaruim". The greenhouse here is just a tiny fraction of the many cacti they have. Established in 1938 by Chester "Cactus Slim" Moorten, it is now one of my favorite places in Palm Springs just around the corner drone the ace hotel.