LA Day 2

We headed to the La Brea tar pits, which was awesome because I was fascinated by them when I learned about them as a kid.

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Ken contemplates the wall of direwolves.
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Help! We’re getting attacked by a giant sloth!
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The museum is definitely of 70s design, but it was still cool to see the bones.
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For the afternoon we went to the Getty Museum. It was a very pretty building, or set of buildings.
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I told Ken to make me a dresser like this. It was about the only art there that I enjoyed.
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The grounds were pretty, at least.
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There were large crowds there. This group struck me as particularly diverse. Never seen anything like that pink suit…
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That’s a big freeway.
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For dinner we went to Ports O’call restaurant, which was absolutely delicious. I ate far too much, but my swordfish was amazing. The bread was amazing. Ken’s scallop that he gave me a bite of was the best scallop I’ve ever eaten. Score one for Ken’s memories of food.


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