We headed down south once more hitting the Freeway 405; and we passed the Getty Museum which was sitting atop a hill, making a commanding view of most of the valley below it. I remember once when I went there with a couple of friends from New York. The painting I remember most during that visit was that of Van Gogh's Irises. There, of course, are other paintings and sculptures done by the masters.
Before heading to Redondo Beach, we swung by a computer show in Manhattan Beach. This show is a must for my husband, him being a computer fanatic. It's held on the last Saturday of each month, and March 28th was the date. Just a couple of miles away is Redondo Beach where we usually have lunch.
We had for lunch our usual fill of a Korean hot and spicy soup at a restaurant on the pier. Then we took a leisurely walk. There were the usual people fishing, strolling, kissing, sunning and whatever.
Down the ramp to the marina we spotted this lone young mallard floating by itself. The first time I've seen one on this water.
On one of the boats, this man had a big container of catch. He was dumping them in a pail hanging in the water to keep the fish alive and fresh.
A spider crab at the fish store. Tastes like crab, not spider; though, I have not eaten a spider, yet.
Down at the boardwalk I bought ice-cream at the parlor. We sat right by the walk, licking our dessert when this young boy started having a tantrum.
He laid on the ground demanding ice-cream from his mother.
He sat up still whining. His mother tried to coax him out of there...
...but no deal. He stood...er...sat his ground.
He moved away from the entrance...
...then stood still whining.
Finally, mother couldn't wait, and she took him away.
The show is over. We decided to head home.