January 2018: Photo Round-Up

A Netflix thriller, Bird Box starring Sandra Bullock, came to Scripps College for a few days of filming.

Construction on the new Pomona College Art Museum became more visible.

My friend told me about her favorite tree along Foothill Blvd (aka Route 66), so I had to take a closer look at it. It’s a live oak.

New signage for the Robert Redford Conservancy (across the street from above tree).

Comedienne Tig Notaro spoke at Scripps, and the Motley Coffeehouse at Scripps will be open this week.

Advertisements

Variations on a Theme: Pillars of Stone

I’m drawn to rocks, stones, rock stacks, stone ruins. Claremont’s ground, saturated with rocks, offers ample material for houses to use in pillars, ornamental and functional. Here are a few variations.

via Photo Challenge: Variations on a Theme

Air BnB in Claremont Village

For a long time, this house on 4th Street between Harvard and Yale was the Hair Cottage (before Ray and Terri moved to Harvard and Bonita and opened Rio de Ojas). Then it was a funeral store of some sort for a few years.

Claremont CA

It was purchased by the Vintage Flip people, and a peek through the window during renovation showed this work in progress.

Claremont Cal

Here is what it looks like from the outside now.

In your next visit to Claremont, if you need a place to stay, this house is now an AirBnB, and is conveniently located to the Village and the Colleges.

This interior photo is from the listing on the AirBnB website.

24b97e81-5768-4cb3-b59f-e49306c9f7c5