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June 3, 2021 - Thursday - Judy is up north visiting her sister so I decided to visit the Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens in nearby Cherry Valley, CA. They currently have a temporary exhibit called "For Those Who Serve."
One happy Banning boy got to talk with Marilyn.
The museum opened in 1958 and was founded by Edward Eberle and Dean Stout. The museum features late 16th to early 19th century European and Asian Decorative Arts. Dean Stout designed the interior spaces to create a home-like atmosphere for visitors.
There are two pieces in the collection that I hadn't seen before. The first is a hand-written account ledger from General George Washington that he kept during the American Revolutionary War.
The second one is a cameo that belonged to Marie Antoinette.
Before the Museum I stopped for brunch at Clarkie's Diner in Calimesa, CA.
I had their blueberry waffle with eggs and bacon and it was delicious!
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