On our last day on the trip, we headed off to Downtown Kingsburg in search of souvenirs. Kingsburg is known as the Little Sweden of California, due to its Swedish roots dating back to the 1800s.
This past weekend, my family went out of town to Kingsburg, CA. Kingsburg is a tiny Swedish city just an hour away from our main purpose – Sequoia National Park.
This past Monday, Chris and I went to the Museum of Ice Cream. It’s a pop-up museum that’s taking over everyone’s Instagram feeds here in Los Angeles.
Back in April, I bought tickets to Chino’s Planes of Fame Museum through a Groupon deal. Chris and I enjoyed our visit so much that I went back and bought more tickets so my family and I could go.
A few weeks ago, I found myself on Pinterest searching for “day trips in Southern California” and “free things to do in SoCal”. After a few scrolls, I came across Pirate Tower.
For the first time, in a long while, Chris and I actually got to spend our month-a-versary together. So, we decided to check out Descanso Gardens in La Cañada Flintridge.
Recently watched Dunkirk and it reminded me of the time my family visited the USS Midway in San Diego two years ago! How about another flashback/throwback post on the blog, yes?
This past Monday, my mom and I started going on little afternoon walks around the neighborhood. On our last walk, we found a nice little trail tucked in between a few houses and decided to explore it today!
Hello and welcome to another edition of life lately from Cabin Twenty-Four! Talking about life, my new job, meeting Nancy + Alyse and moving to Wordpress!