that I recommend you do too. If possible. If you live close-ish to palm springs.
Had drinks in their awesome bar, the Amigo Room:
(tabletops made from mexican bank notes! their design details are excellente.)
Went running through the desert:
Looking at wildflowers:
Watched lots of this:
(that’s Federer, btw. Yes I’m a big tennis nerd)
Saw the Wayne Thiebaud exhibit (which was amazing):
And popped into the new, terrible-for-bank-account-but-excellent-for-new-additions-to-your-home DWR Annex.
Disclaimer: we said before we set foot inside this craven home of modern design items that we were ONLY going to look for one thing. A particular bed we’ve (I’ve) been eyeing forever. And we said this knowing there was like pretty much no way the exact one we wanted was going to be there. Except it was. Brand new, never been out of the crate, returned by the original purchaser even before unpacking, but couldn’t be sold as new. (SCORE!)
We like to think that we’re doing our part to stimulate the economy. At a ridiculous discount.
I’d also like to mention that we usually only accomplish a fraction of the above when we’re out in the desert. Our normal agenda includes running, drinking coffee, reading the paper, laying by the pool, maybe playing tennis and then settling in to cocktail hour. So we’re feeling pretty proud of ourselves. We went to a museum!