The Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California
|Source: Post Ranch Inn Mercantile|
|Source: Post Ranch Inn Mercantile|
We took the bogs on a walk to the park last Saturday. They love the sights and sounds of the serene trails. This time we took the center paved walkway along the backside of the Serra Museum which takes you along the back around to the front for a great sunset view. As you can see from the foto some professional fotogs were also enjoying the sunset. Have a great rest of your weekend. Enjoy!
|Looking towards the arbor area.|
|Stormy Pringle Street Looking West|
|Sunset Pringle Street West|
|Taste of the Himalayas see my review here: http://www.yelp.com/biz/taste-of-the-himalayas-san-diego-2#hrid:UnfCc1mwPrygxMBpaaH7Aw|
|Starter of lentil soup then split eggplant/chicken special and veggie coconut curry with Basmati rice and yumy nann flatbread. So good!|
|Pringle Street Looking West to Pt. Loma|
|Pringle Street looking at Downtown|
|Walking trails at Presidio Park, Serra Museum in Mission Hills|
|Views to Linda Vista, North|
|Looking East to Inspiration Point, see my recent post on that lovely spot here.|
|Looking East, Blackberry camera not so great|
|Looking up the The Arbor area|
|The Arbor area|
|Ended the day with an early dinner at Hob Nob Hill in Bankers Hill with Mom, love this place!|
|Pringle Street Looking South to Downtown San Diego|
The Mission Hills Artists Holiday Sale
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 12. Mission Hills United Church of Christ, 4070 Jackdaw St., Mission Hills. Free. (619) 546-5624 or missionhillsartists.ning.com
Find classic, folk and traditional pieces at this third annual sale. Attendees can also participate in a community art project that will be displayed in Mission Hills when completed.
Here’s a bunch of fotos I snapped today. After the rain it was nice to get out and experience a crisp fall day.
I made the mistake of driving into Mission Valley, inspired to breeze through Ikea, not realizing a huge event was underway. So plan B, we headed out to Coronado and Gaslamp for a drive.
Had to pull over and chow on some tasty tacos at Las Quatro Milpas before heading to Coronado. Did you know they are on Facebook? I reviewd LQM on Yelp too, be sure to read the post with all the links here.
We ended the day of errands by walking the dogs through Pioneer Park to Pringle Street. Also one of my favorite modern homes is listed below. From time to time I come across homes I have admired my whole life living here in Mission Hills, this house is one of them. Love the views from that area in back of the park. There was a wedding and I couldn’t resist sharing a snaps or two, so cute! Forgot my camera again so forgive my Blackberry quality. Enjoy
SAN DIEGO’S CRAFT REVOLUTION
From Post-War Modern to California Design
Oct 16, 11 through Apr 15, 12
|IMAGE SOURCE: www.mingei.org|
|IMAGE SOURCE: mingei.org|
At the end of the exhibit is Ellamarie and Jackson Wooley’s huge “Reflective Sun” wall sculpture, which once graced the San Diego Civic Theatre. There’s a sad tale connected to its eventual removal but that does not diminish its brilliance, capping an exhibit worthy of multiple visits.
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A historical look at one of the oldest subdivisions in San Diego.
By Ronald V. May
IMAGE SOURCE: sduptownnews.com
The story of the Henry H. Nelson Speculation House at 1955 Sunset Blvd. and many other creations by Melhorn, Wahrenberger and other distinguished builders will be the focus of the Mission Hills Heritage Annual Lecture to be held at the Francis Parker School on Randolph Street on Jan. 21, 2012. The public is welcome to attend.