The other day was one of those magnificent fall days. The air was crisp and the colors were crazy beautiful. We did not realize that this would be one of the last days we could run away to the zoo for a walk.
Today we went out there and found that they have closed the parking lots on this side of the zoo for the winter hour.
It looks like we will have to find another place to walk for awhile.
Then again with the forecast of some very cold weather coming in this week it might just make it harder to get out as early as we were, makes me wonder if we will become "mall" walkers?
The garlic jars are ready to be shipped tomorrow as soon as the post office is open. They turned out pretty nice, just big enough for 3 heads of garlic.
I forget that if you live in a city you can buy smaller quantities of food items. I have lived out here so long it is my tendency to buy in bulk.
I once picked up 25 pounds of fresh garlic to be split between a bunch of us.
I smelled like Gilroy California going down the road.
Right now I am using garlic grown my my soap maker friend, Laurie.
The homegrown garlic is so much better.
I hear coffee in the making... Later, M