Hemet Maze Stone

Way out in the boonies lies a solitary rock surrounded by metal fencing – a California Historical Landmark called the Hemet Maze Stone. I first learned about it on Atlas Obscura, and had to check out this desert oddity. After getting off the highway and driving through a residential area for a few minutes, you’ll eventually hit the end of the road. This is where the adventure begins.

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I’m totally being dramatic. But yea, once you reach the end of the road, park your car and get ready to walk. You’ll see this sign at the entrance (you just can’t drive in). It will take at most 5 minutes to reach the Maze Stone, depending on how good you are at inclines. It’s gradual, but still slightly steep…so you can take your time and enjoy the view.

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California Dreaming Mural

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I’ve driven down La Cienega countless times, yet never notice the buildings I pass along the way. LOL I guess this means I’m a focused driver? Well if you’re an Angeleno with tunnel vision like me, then you’ll likely have missed this mural on La Cienega as well. You can see it from the road, but it’s a bit tucked away – located at Chinese Laundry’s HQ in Culver City (read more info here).

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Weekend Snaps

I don’t know about you guys, but I’m feeling pretty refreshed thus far in 2018! Perhaps it’s the new year. I’m suddenly all about cleansing, whether it be finally ditching clothes I haven’t worn in years or getting rid of some dead weight in my life. I guess we all do a little purge around the beginning of the year, right? Anyway, I’ll still continue to take pleasure in the little things…like this picture-perfect rose that bloomed seemingly overnight in my aunt’s garden:

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