Our Little Get Away

San Francisco resident Migdalia Valdes spent the past 10 years taking one black and white photograph a day. She also wrote in and collected found objects to fill her numerous journals. She captured life in the city, one day at a time. This is her exhibit at the "Intersection for the Arts " museum in SF.
While waiting for the museum to open we stumbled across a small french restraurant, "TiCouz Creperie" that served crepes. We ordered smoked salmon crepes with this delicous creamy cheese drizzled on top. Yummy!
We found 3 art supply stores and a craft show. I bought a braclet for my granddaughter.
We rode the trolly and the F train, just enjoyed being tourist. It is such a fun city, I hope you get to visit some day.


Sharon said...

Thank you, your back, your blog is up and running with fun trip to San Fran. I am happy you had a great time. I am now a wounded warrior after 2 days of 16 hours of gardening. I hurt in places I didn't know I had.LOL Tomorrow I sew if I can get out of bed. :-0 !Hugs and all that stuff. Sharon

Deborah@ The Painted Nest said...

Hi Beth, Looks like you had a great time!!! I'm glad you got to have a little R&R. My husband used to live in Cal. he said I'd love it there because of all the art communities. And of course the weather. Maybe some day I'll get to visit. I'm glad you're back and blogging. I've been trying to get it together and post more often myself. Just dosen't seem to be enough time in the day. Well, I better go for now I'll talk to you later. Blessings, Deborah

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