Tie-dye has become a standing symbol of the hippie mentality that flourished in the Northern California in the late 1960’s.
When it’s time to rest, they wrap themselves in kelp to keep from floating away, before pulling their paws up under their chins to sleep in a posture that is undeniably cute.
In the far northeast corner of California the terrain takes on an otherworldly appearance. Tall cinder cones and deep craters mark the land’s lava beds.
Focusing on high quality, local and seasonal ingredients, California Cuisine is characterized by a light touch.
Bedrock mortars are shallow pits, roughly 10cm in diameter, that were worn into flat rocks where native people crushed acorns into flour for cooking.
Before the colorful dancing bears appeared on the back cover of the Grateful Dead album, they were stamped on the sheets of blotter acid that came out of Stanley’s kitchen.