Weekend Reading 9.5.20

Weekend Reading 9.5.20

My week was sadly uneventful. I spent it doing technical things behind the scenes like upgrading my internet, syncing a new iPad, and applying for a real I.D. which will be required for domestic travel come October 1st. Exciting? Not.

But today I’m going on a hike above Baker Beach in San Francisco on a trail I’ve never been on. Fingers crossed the weather will be good enough to take in the views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Maybe I’ll get some good pictures. The fog is unpredictable in the city, but that won’t stop me from having a local adventure. 🙂

Favorite links from the week below.

Examples of exposed plywood looking so good.

Minimalist Spanish style on display in this L.A. home (the outdoor shower!)

Do you like terrazzo patterns? Then you’ll love this colorful bathroom.

The differences between a porch, veranda, balcony, and deck defined.

Sign me up for apple cider sangria!

The triangular theory of love.

What boredom does to us and for us.

Another impact of the pandemic: travel shaming.

Kevin Costner will now narrate your road trip.

Ha ha yes, this is totally an expression of love.