Cambria   2 comments

Knitting buddies Peggy and Marion and I made a flying trip to Cambria yesterday, which is why there was no entry.

We had a blast.

Cambria is a beautiful little beach town in any weather, but it was perfect yesterday.  It was a bit windy, but that just added to the experience.

The trip was supposed to be to visit the yarn shop there — Ball and Skein — but though we spent a lot of time there, Cambria and the Pacific were the big attraction.  Well, along with the food.  We had such a hard time making up our minds about the yarn we wanted that we decided to lunch at Moonstone and return later to make our purchases.  Lunch was delicious.  Marion and Peggy had fish and chips, and I had clam chowder in a bread bowl.  I got through the chowder, the buttered and toasted insides of the bread bowl, and almost all of the bowl itself.  For some reason, I was two pounds heavier this morning.  Oh, and I forgot to mention the chocolate ganache cake from a little bakery I had later.  I believe the word is decadent.

We walked across the street after lunch and got some pictures.

Here we are — the three comadres.

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Did I mention that it was breezy?

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I got some surprisingly good pictures from my iPhone.  Here I accidentally caught a passing raven.

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Tidepools . . .

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The boardwalk.

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Footprints in the sand.

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Silver seas . . .

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Silver lupine . . .

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And silver hair.  Well, silverish.

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It was a lovely trip.  Thank you, Peggy and Marion.

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Posted April 18, 2013 by stablewoman in Events, Uncategorized

2 responses to “Cambria

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  1. It sounds like you had a wonderful time!

  2. I can tell you ladies had a lot of fun!

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