Favorite Instagram Photo’s ~ July 2016July started off with a relaxing day strolling down Del Mar Street in San Clemente, CA. Drinks and a late lunch at South of Nicks, for Handsome and I. And, a fun surprise running into an old friend.
This is my favorite flag in Orange County and on the 4th of July it is even more special. I love the view of the statuesque flag gently waving in the ocean breeze. Long May She Wave!
Ellie’s Table, Where Happiness is Homemade. I don’t what to say this place is heaven on earth, BUT…! Their pastries are like no other. If you’re on a diet, don’t…just don’t!
Isn’t this flower beautiful? It is grown on the Passion Vine also known as the Passiflora Vine. Not only does this vine produce this stunning flower it also produces the delectable passion fruit. A close friend of mine has a garden that is unbelievable, where she grows this plus a myriad of other flowers, fruits, and vegetables. Look for a post of her garden (coming soon).
Who knew there was a decorator in 2016 that thought the disco ball was a good design feature? I guess they liked it so much they put up 3!
World’s Largest Wind Chimes are in Newport Beach, California. There are 300 bell-shaped domes and over 300 chimes. The chimes were installed in September of 1967. It is quite an amazing site to see in person.
Most Saturday mornings Handsome and I attend a local car show. We grab a coffee and walk up and down the parking lot aisles looking at all the different cars. They have every car from Maseratis to Volkswagens. Rarely, do I ever see a Alfa Romero, Spider. Weather it’s at the car show or driving on the street. I get very excited when I see one. My first car was a red one just like the one that was at the car show. It brought back some fun memories!
The Loop was one of my most favorite foods I ate in the month of July. Their churros are so delightful I have been craving one daily. Not only are they delicious, but the staff are the sweetest people ever! Look for a post coming soon. P.S. they are also a Pokemon Go stop.
I can’t even explain the joy I feel when I look at this door. It’s located in Laguna Beach, CA. I know something wonderful must be on the other side!
Until Next Time…