Shopping for crown moulding.
Store front of Ganahl Lumber from the Colorado Boulevard entrance.
A look back at the Ganahl Lumber sign from the store’s parking lot.
The main (side entrance) of Ganahl Lumber
The moulding section.
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Innovate Pasadena’s Friday Morning Coffee meetup
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An man snack break
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Kinokuniya Bookstore! What a treat.
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Shin-Sen-Gumi for a late ramen lunch
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A donation Thursday. Painfully depressing stories here… I hope I see some better ones soon.
A massive Rubik’s cube outside, but it only moves along one axis
Exterior of the Japanese American National Museum
A massive Hello Kitty statue inside the Japanese American National Museum
The entrance to the hapa.me exhibit at the Japanese American National Museum
A scale replica of Manzanar
Scale model of the Manzanar internment camp
All things as sad, depressing, and deplorable as this belong in museums where they’re part of our history instead of our present.
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Heading down to Little Tokyo
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