FOUND: iPod Shuffle

I found this iPod Shuffle on the dirt road just east of the Etiwanda Preserve entrance in Rancho Cucamonga. It has initials engraved or scratched on the back.

If you lost it, post a comment below with the initials engraved on the back to confirm it's yours and I will contact you (be sure to leave your email in the comment-box).

iPod Shuffle found in Rancho Cucamonga

Claremont Restaurant Week - July 14-20

Claremont is hosting its second annual Claremont Restaurant Week from July 14-20, 2014. The seven-day “Midsummer Night’s Dine” event showcases the City of Tree’s many grills, sandwich shops, bakeries, and fine dining restaurants. With a growing number of regionally acclaimed restaurants and dozens of locally owned eateries keeping the food scene fresh, it’s no wonder that critics have declared Claremont a “food neighborhood” that’s “worth the drive” for foodies and tourists.

Floor Plans of the Mission Inn and Catacombs

Here are a set of plans from The Mission Inn in 1985. What matches to the Inn after the remodel, I do not know. Last time I was on the property was 1985. Going to go back there someday. Maybe this year if work allows.
 
I worked with Cal Poly, Pomona architecture students on the buildings of the Mission Inn.  I am even formally thanked in the acknowledgements, in the book they published on the Inn.
 

Redlands Solar Seminar

 July 19 11:00 am - 12:00 pm - Redlands Solar Seminar - at the Redlands Community Center (111 West Lugonia Ave, Redlands

Rancho Cucamonga Solar Brunch

 June 14 10:30 am - 11:30 am - Rancho Cucamonga Solar Brunch at the Goldy S.

CCC Camp Above Rancho Cucamonga

 As a follow up to the discussion on the Ghost Town Above Rancho Cucamonga, which turns out is an old CCC (California Conservation Corp) camp from the 1930's-1940's, today I went looking for a stone carving CCC landmark that Darryl rememberd seeing while riding motorcycles in the area 30 years ago.

This is what Darryl described:

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