Saturday, October 2, 2010

san francisco, two eri(k/c)s, a wind harp and free speech

A couple weekends ago we took a quick trip up to San Francisco to catch our friend, Erik, in town from Chicago.

The three of us experienced the sights, sounds and good vibes of the wind harp.

(the harp was very secure)

Per Stacy's recommendation, we feasted at Gracias Madre for dinner.

It was mindblowingly delicious.

Eric generously welcomed us to stay in his home.

And, as if giving us a place to stay wasn't enough, Eric made us hearty bowls of lentil soup.

On the final day of our quick trip, we ventured over to the Prelinger Library - "an appropriation-friendly, browsable collection of approximately 40,000 books, periodicals, printed ephemera and government documents"

A brief but fun filled weekend.

{the end}


rebecca said...

Come back again soon! This time stay with us and we will explore something! Sorry we did not have that much time last time ;(

Fruits of the Forest said...

you hair looks cute in the top photo! also wearing shorts and dresses looks fun, didn't have a chance to do that this summer.

your adventures, as always, inspire wonder within me...

Leah D said...

Meeelissa! Your bloggie makes me want to put down this bowl of chili walk into my boss's office, quite my job, and hit the open quirk filled road! I won't, of course, cause this chili's good, and my job is okay, and the power stearing is out on my car. But, man, thanks for sharing all your travel goodness! Next time you guys are in Seattle - we WILL connect. It's a must.