Friday anyway, we went to Garafalo's. It's a fun shop in Campbell that Tammy Gilley posted about here.
Its a great shop in a darling neighborhood and wouldn't you know it.. it's closing. So if you're going, they're having a sale!
They told me about a nice magazine about the central coast, go here to read all about it, you can download the first issue.
After checking out Historic Downtown Campbell we headed over to Panera's for lunch. YUM. I love salad and this one was so fresh and crisp, sweet-tangy tart.
I don't even remember what all we did on Saturday, how bad is that? Got dog food, ate at Chevy's (which is boring without tomatoes)
A view of the valley I grew up in ... I can see my neighborhood from here, but that's about all I can identify. Here's a panoramic shot from the visitors center. The far left is around Benecia and Crocket, far right is towards Pittsburg and Antioch. I was amazed how far you could see. It brought back a lot of fun childhood memories for me, growing up at the foot of Mt. Diablo. It was always our landmark, and coming home from vacation it was a race to be "first one to see Mt. Diablo."