I basically got back from Knoxville and jumped on a plane headed West to Los Angeles.
Three days of work with wake-up calls at 3:30am each day.
You have to love working on East Coast time when out West.
In between all the work a co-worker and myself enjoyed dinners in Malibu.
Oh, so nice.
Nothing like a long day of work that ends with waterfront dining.
Where we were working allowed us a beautiful drive over Topanga Canyon to get into Malibu.
Have I mentioned on here how much I love the mountains?
One day we also took in The Reagan Presidential Library after our work-day came to an end.
I have been wanting to go to this for years.
It finally happened and it was totally worth the wait.
It was very interactive with video and audio.
They even had a section on Nancy as First Lady with several of her dresses on display.
Located in Simi Valley, the property the museum sits on is totally gorgeous!
One of the highlights of the museum is the retired AirForce One that they have on display.
They let you walk through it but don't allow pictures.
They had it decorated as if it were the 1980's but the last flight this plane took was 3-days before 9/11.
There were also sections on Reagan's film career, and his ranch located near Santa Barbara.
At the end of the tour, Reagan's tombstone.
If you ever get a chance to visit the museum I highly recommend it.
As much as I love California -- I'm a bigger fan of the Northern Coast versus the Southern portion.
How about you?
A SoCal fan or NorCal?
Or, have you ever visited Cali?