Monday, August 23, 2010

Berkeley Roadtrip

 A bunch of random photos of our trip this weekend. Had fun window shopping and had a little time to check out a couple of stores. Mostly got Jason moved into his new home for the school year and spent the afternoon with relatives in Woodside and San Mateo.

 The Crate and Barrel Outlet had several bins of Marimekko fabric pieces for 25 cents each...couldn't resist picking up a few to play with. Jason shopped for things for his new home.

 Ici is the best ice cream spot in Berkeley. We each had to try some of the delicious flavors after our dinner at Tacubaya.
Jason and Justin in front of the Big Sky Cafe in San Luis Obispo on the way up.
 This is the Westminster House where Jason will be living while attending the University.
Yarn Bombing is alive and well in Berkeley...Fourth st.and Delaware.


Yael said...

All nice photos Mary!!
But the last one WOW! I did not know about those 'crazy' knitters, till a while ago. My sun has an e-mail friend from Australia, she is very much in to it and wrote him about it, then he told me and we checked the internet. One can find a lot of photos and information there about it! Thank you for sharing that picture!

Yael said...

Oooops, of course I meant son, but he surely also is my sun!

Cynthia Eloise said...

yarn bombing, interesting. i just read an article about guerilla art, same idea. enjoyed the photos of your weekend. thanks for sharing.

Ruostevilla said...

Nice surprise to find a Finnish word in your post. So Marimekko is known worldwide? Your sons still follow you on holidays? Lucky you, I miss that.

The Dreaming Bear said...

Great pics! Would love to visit there someday! Loved the yarn bombing pic! How fun!

Tara Ross Studios said...

Great tour of pics! Love to see through your eyes.

Dot said...

What lovely photo's Mary! And the icecream sounds delicious.
Have met one of the mad knitter's here in Australia - she is spreading the world of knitting all round the world - what fun :)

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