Two separate check-ins from two separate bloggy buds.
Ajusting back to real life.
Vacation life is way fun.
And makes me way lazy.
And getting back to work ends up being way exhausting.
And then I got sick this weekend. LAME.
So I haven't been home much to blog, and when I am home, I have been sleeping.
(or watching Downton Abbey and the Bieber movie....don't judge)
My last post was about adventure day one of two.
Which means I left you guys with a cliffhanger.
Well, if you follow me on InstaGram, I definitely was InstaBombing the feed last Thursday.
Margaret and I made plans to head coast side.
We always go at least once when she is home on break.
If not more.
The morning started with our traditional first stop at the Half Moon Bay Coffee Company...
House Mocha and Latte Borgia.
You won't regret it.
We also had Pump-pans.
Or Pumpkin Pancakes.
We sauntered down main street and peeked in our favorite shops - Half Moon Bay Feed and Fuel, Abode, and Cunha Country Grocery Store. And then on our way back we pop in Paper Crane - which we ALWAYS seem to walk by and miss.
Good news is the had signs preventing prowlers from picking up chicks like us. We are always fending them off with sticks.
I bought some of this over sized cinnamon bark, smells so good.
And these guys were letter pressing in Paper Crane. Totally not what I'd expect letter pressers to look like - but it was cool!
After we explored Main Street, we decided to head into Pescadero to pick up some of the famous Artichoke Bread at the Arcangeli Grocery.
The coast was crazy foggy, and we made a wrong turn and ended up at the San Gregorio General Store, which was a new discovery! Totally awesome.
Supposedly, Arcangeli was along the same road as the General Store, so with our adventurous spirit we headed into the unknown.
Along a windy, abandoned, narrow road...
Lost cell phone service...
And uncertain where we might end up...
But we found this:
We drove for miles, and miles, saw sheep, horses, cows, goats, and dogs.
Crumbling barns with mossy rooftops.
Sheep dogs sitting along side a herd of sheep.
Horses in pastures.
It was CRAZY.
Eventually we found what we were looking for...
...but in turn we found more of an adventure than we hoped!
A good way to hang out with a good friend, and wrap up a short Christmas break!
Linking up with Jeannett & Heather: