That 70s Show

Sunday, July 9, 2017

With the warm hot weather upon us here in South Carolina traveling for me has slowed way down.  However, what I like to call travel season (September-May) is coming up soon and there are some really great places on the books that we will be visiting! 

Today was a nice indoor outing to the Columbia Museum of Art to view "That 70s Show."  I'm extremely interested in the 70s so going to view this exhibit was a given. 
One of the very first things that I noticed about this exhibit is that instead of the viewing benches they had bean bag chairs...SO COOL!  The exhibit also had a wall of reading information giving interesting information regarding each year of the 1970s.

 Poster, Our Unfinished Revolution, 1976 (Alexander Calder)

 Cat Paws, 1974 (Robert Rauchenberg)
 Firebirds, 1979 (Romare Bearden)

 Portrait of a Poet:  Kenneth Koch, 1970 (Alex Katz)
 Rose Room, 1971 (Phyllis Sloane)
 Muntu, 1975 (Karen M. Hendricks)
Women's Equality, 1975 (Marisol)

This exhibit was really rad!  That 70s Show is on view at the Columbia Museum of Art until September 17th.  It's really a must-see especially if you love the 70s!

After a quick stop in the museum gift shop (really great unique items), it was time for ice cream.  Sweet Cream Co. on Main St. in Columbia, SC gets my vote for best ice cream in Columbia!  They are locally sourced and everything is homemade. 
Today's choices were Caramel Popcorn with Peanuts and Dark Cherry with Pistachio.  Both were great choices but as always as we are sitting and eating our ice cream, I'm reading the chalk board with other flavors like Watermelon Mint Sorbet, Orange Coriander Ice Cream, Not Too Salty Pretzels Ice Cream, and more!

Have you been to Sweet Cream Co.?  Any flavor recommendations?

Happy Travels,

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