I can't say that I am a huge fan of the band Umphrey's McGee but they sure do know how to put on a light show. Helps that Summer Camp in Chillicothe, Illinois was as dusty an event that I have ever attended. Four days of eating dust and listening to music. It was something.
I'm not a car guy so I don't have a car that I would run out and buy if I hit the lottery---until now. I think I would get the 1954 Chevy Corvette as shown here at Rich Harvest Farms. Wow. What a beauty. Looking in Google, there is one for sale here in Illinois for only $90,000. Where's that lottery ticket?
In the western suburbs is a surprise waiting at one of the best private golf courses in the country. Not only is there excellent golf but one of the largest car collections in the world. Over 65 rare and exceedingly expensive cars at the Rich Harvest Farms golf club. I am not a golfer anymore or a car guy, but this was really something else.
Love these old buildings, especially when you see them with lots of color. These buildings are located in downtown Hoboken, New Jersey. Have to get close, but I named this One Black Sweater for a reason.
Friar Serra tops the ornate entrance of the Museum of Man at Balboa Park in San Diego. They knew how to top a building back in those days. Apparently, the good Friar opened up monasteries up and down the California coast.
View from the restaurant balcony at the La Valencia Hotel in downtown La Jolla. That facility is otherwise known as the "big pink hotel in the center of town". Going to have to stay there one day. La Jolla is a pretty area, near the ocean as you can see, with lots of restaurants and upscale shopping.