The little diesel railroad the travels near the Zoo.
“You had better get used to being with me,” George told me yesterday. He’s cancelled the cruise and stay at the Queen Mary. “Pretty soon, I’m the only one you are going to see.”
That’s right too. Chemo therapy and crowds don’t mix. I didn’t believe Bobbie when she first told me. I do now. In the mien time, I’m grabbing all the social time I can. Watching, that is. From the lines at the Zoo, which no longer has local passes under $150.00, to the Low Riders at the museum, I traveled Sunday with Camera.
From fire engine BBQ’s to quinceanera’s, the center of the park was full of celebrations
Our friend Don used to have his studio in this tower. Spanish Village's charming structures shelter many small studios offered to local artists at a low rate.
The front of an especially well detailed Lowrider at the Automotive Museum.
Sometimes even the undersides were beautiful.
The boys of Summer guarding the museum: George, Tony, and Tom.