Driving south to LaConnor, perfectly sunny day, the little town uncommonly uncrowded, great timing before the tourists arrive!
On the search for cotton clothing that does not look Walmart stupid.
There are two shops in LaConnor that have clothing worth the trip As if the trip down the valley was not enough on such a glorious day.
I took my time.
Farmers kicking up earth, it is so dry! My car looks like a powdered doughnut after that dusting..
The town is the sweetest little place, A quick walk covers the entire downtown, The buildings are still they way they have been . I love this town, an inspiring place for Morris Graves and Guy Anderson especially.
Some of their art, that has not been stuck away in museums or on high rent walls is still evident if you know where to look. Always searching for the ghost of Morris.
The houses almost Disney-ish - perfect world-ish are well kept up, $$$$
The streets are mostly dirt.
It is quiet...until tourists arrive in the summer, then it is a place to avoid.
a couple scoops -espresso with dark chocolate bits on a waffle cone.
Home made ice cream. not too sweet, just right. So that was my fabulous day, Plus I tried Johnny Was stuff on and am so over my fascination with their product.
It was remarkably affordable because the shop owner just wanted to carry the line for fun, marked everything way down. But, you know, the quality was just not there!
Glad I know this, now I can get over it.
Do not believe photos online!
After a purchase of an entirely different thing I meandered though the back streets and ally ways.
The town smells of sea, salt, old boats and fish,
Fish and Chips, Oysters, salmon on just about every menu except the ice cream shop.
Beautiful drive back home along the water, no traffic.