trail marker inside sky harbor airport . . .
while charging our car in phoenix, we walked into a mall. . . . malls strive to be somewhere between boutique shopping and an amusement park, but never accomplish either
this is a lousy photo. . . you can even see my reflection in the window. . . but, eh, I like it
the theme at the mall this season. . . rebellion
We visited IKEA in Phoenix this weekend (actually Tempe). I don’t care how clever the Ikeans are. . . I’m not designing my house like this.
Smaland. . . . the magic forest.
IKEA has gone all-in on fake plants. They’ve pretty much given up on nature.
Pandas at IKEA explain China’s one child policy. . .
IKEA doesn’t say their crap is better for the planet. They say it’s better for People + Planet. People first, planet second. And the planet is a flimsy cut-out that looks like it had an algae overgrowth.
why is there a “best by” date? what happens when your water goes bad? do you throw it away?
Under the Arizona Falls is this suspicious drinking fountain.
To drink or not to drink?