……is in it’s final week at LACMA. If you didn’t see this second half of the collection I so hope you’re able to view the exquisite scrolls before the exhibit closes.
Miss Judith, Eileen and Lizzie kindly picked me up on Sunday at mom’s and off we went to meet the rest of our group at Ray’s for nourishment.
Eileen, Miss Judith and Ralph had the short ribs……
But everyone else had a salad……
Cutie Kc dubbed herself Ms. Salad.
And here’s a photo of some of her ‘Salad’ relatives Sweet Lynne, Colleen and Kathryn. Don’t quite see a ‘family’ resemblance except that they’re ALL cute!
Time to meet up with the rest of our group and Susan Bjerre, our wonderful docent, who gave us so much history and information about the scrolls. A docent led tour is really the best way to see any exhibit but you need at least nine in your group in order to get one.
Afterwards Miss Judith, Eileen, Lizzie and I headed towards the Japanese Pavilion but I got sidetracked seeing all the munchkins.
Finally the Japanese Pavilion is in view.
We wanted Lizzie to see the Netsuke collection.
After that we were pretty much in need of a rest stop and Eileen treated to Latte’s and yummy Coconut Macaroons.
Sooooo good! Thank you Eileen!!!
It was a perfect day and I’m looking forward to our next adventure!