Friday, April 30, 2010
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What a fantastic day. Ted and I started our day with breakfast as Louisa's Place in SLO. After breakfast we started our bike tour around SLO. It took about 2 hours and was a great way to see some of the interesting sights of SLO. After our bike tour we headed to Morro Bay where we spent the afternoon. For dinner we ate at Thia Classic Cuisine; some of the best Thai food I've ever eaten. All in all it was a fun filled and exciting day.
Picture #1: Ted at the start of our bike ride.
Picture #2: Louisa's Place.
Pictures #3-4: Chinatown.
Picture #5: The Mission.
Pictures #6-7: The Creamery.
Picture #8: Community garden.
Pictures #9-10: Old Japan Town.
Picture #11: Meadow Park.
Pictures #12-13: The Railroad District.
Pictures #14-16: Dallidet Adobe.
Pictures #17-21: Morro Bay.
Picture #22: Thai Classic Cuisine. The food was so good it deserved its own picture.
Friday, April 23, 2010
Ted and I arrived in SLO this afternoon and it is a super charming town. We had a great time walking around downtown checking out the shops and of course eating.
Pictures #1-2: Mo's in SLO. Eating was our first stop (no surprise).
Picture2 #3-4: There is a small creek that runs behind some of the shops on Higuera Street and there is a nice walking path that we walked down.
Picture #5: Beth standing in Bubble Gum Alley. As interesting as it is, it is pretty disgusting.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Tonight Ted and I met Ilaria, Carolyn, and Vince for dinner to celebrate Ilaria's first birthday. It's hard to believe it's been an whole year since she was born. She is such a beautiful and smart girl. Ted and I look forward to spending many more birthdays with Ilaria and her family.
Picture #1: Ilaria is one today!
Picture #2: Ilaria smiling at her new pink pig.
Picture #3: Ilaria wearing her penguin dinning jacket.
Picture #4: Family picture.
Picture: #5: Ilaria showing off her walking skills.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
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Thursday, April 15, 2010
My coworker brought in several lemons from her lemon tree. I was awed by the size of two of the lemons. To give some perspective, the lemon in the back right is the typical size you see in the grocery store (a little bit smaller than a tennis ball). The lemon in the back left is so big it is growing its own lemon. Very interesting.