Monday, July 30, 2007

Back from our trip

I thought this sign was approprate for the trip my daughter and I took to San Fransisco. We had a ball. We had good things to eat, a friends house to stay at, no bad traffic and we didn't get lost!! Thought I would share a few photos with you. We went through Nappa Valley, San Fransisco, Half Moon Bay on the coast, San Jose and the reason we went....The Garlic Festival in Gilroy!! We did a little antiquing which I will share with you tomorrow.

This was the greatest olive oil store. You could taste every kind you can imagine. All of the bottles were displayed on vintage cabnets and tables. I wanted to take this cabnet home with me.

Nappa Valley. Had to stop and get a photo, grapes are so beautiful

Isn't this just gorgous. The morning sun just made these morning glory's pop open.

This was a flower booth at the Ferry Market in San Fransisco. Beautiful!! If anyone watches the foodnetwork, all these places we visited we have seen on TV so that is kinda neat.

Loved this Ice Cream! Who would have thought, it was really good! We actually went back for seconds...and thirds...did I say we really liked it!! Well, I hope you all had fun seeing my photos!


Michele said...

So glad your back,it looks like you and your daughter had a great time. Garlic ice cream? That really sounds strange.

Sugar Bear said...

Such great photos! Looks like you had a really great time.

Anonymous said...

Looks like you had a fantastic holiday!
Don't know about the garlic icecream though...I will have to take your word for it!
All the best,
Kathy :)

The Feathered Nest said...

Such beautiful photos! I can't get over those grapes ~ they look as though they are velvet...can't wait to see more photos! xxoo, Dawn

The Urban Chic said...

Hi Laurie, what beautiful flowers. My daughter lived in San Francisco when she worked at the University of San Francisco University Hospital.
Just want to congratulate you on being the #2 winner of the squash book. You get second choice after Mary at Crash and Smash. Hugs, Pat

Stephanie said...

Wonderful pics. Glad you had such a fun trip! But Garlic Ice Cream?!?! If you say it was good, it must be so!!

Glad you are back!

Angelic Accents

KJ said...

The closest I have come to attending the Garlic Festival is when I go to the Harvest Festival in Long Beach and merchants from that area bring their fabulous garlic seasonings! And, the Farmer's Markets in this area carry produce from the Gilroy area. But, it's not like being there.


Michele said...

Laurie, Thanks for stopping by and putting your name in to win the tablecloth. I love your vacation pictures, they are great!

dede warren said...

Looks like we had the same idea last weekend, my husband and I were in San Francisco also. Thought about the Garlic Festival but didn't want to spend so much time driving. Looks like fun was had, and my cousin ravs about the garlic ice cream also!

Vicki C said...

Oh I'm so glad you had a great time! That photo are so BEAUTIFUL! Oh I'm jealous! (except for the garlic icecream??? not sure about that???) lol

Elizabeth Royalty said...

Thanks so much for commenting on my blog so that I could find yours! What fun stuff... and your trip looks like it was wonderful! Oh, and I am LOVIN' all those adorable birdie pincushions!

Trudi M said...

Oh I would love to see the places you visited. That flower market is to die for.

Renee said...

Glad you had a fantastic trip, now I am super curious about the garlic ice cream. Was it sweet I need sme more explaining, way to curious about that one!

Stampin' D'Amour said...

GREAT pix! Feel like I was there with you!! LOL!

Thanks for sharing!! Love seeing photos like this! :0)


Natasha Burns said...

Love the pics Laurie ~ ummmmm garlic ice cream????? hmmmmm I'll have to take your word for it on that one. that sure sounds strange to me!

vickie said...

What a wonderful trip, great pics. I love that area of California, especially San Francisco and Napa Valley. Thanks for sharing. Please add me to your blog group,I would love to add your name to mine.