Nipomo Book and Craft Fair
I'm glad this photo is so small, because I look a lot like I felt. I'd been ill the night before--all night--from eating wild mushrooms in a salad. That's what I get for wanting to try something new.
The highlight of being in Nipomo at this book festival was seeing good friends, Barbara Hodges, Victoria Heckman and Sue McGinty. Besides all being authors, they are also members of the Central Coast chapter of Sisters in Crime--and I am too.
Hubby and I stayed at the Santa Maria Inn, always a fun place, but our Saturday night dinner at the Inn wasn't so great for me either. The chef was heavy handed with the salt in both my Oysters Rockefeller (which I had last year and they were wonderful but not this year) and my Tortilla Soup.
Breakfast is part of the hotel deal, and I will say the oatmeal was terrific. That's what I had both days.
I'm glad to be home, even though we'll only be here for three days, then we're off again. Am determined to go with only two carry-ons. We'll see how that works out.