And then September was over...

...and I almost missed October. But here we are. And we were...

1) In San Jose for Jeneric's wedding, eating eel croissants,

eel croissant

driving a 'stang,


touring the Winchester Mystery House,


even attending the wedding,

and they're off!

and having Sunday brunch with 88.8% of the Bajuniemis in the world,


as well as visiting Larson Family winery (no relation),

Larson Family Winery

back through the headlands and across the bridge,

Golden Gate

to discover the magic that is the Vesper Martini, in Palo Alto.

Lillet Blanc

2) Returning to New England, with noble ambitions of hiking and fresh air, we instead buy cheese and wine and chillax in the back yard,

Heather gets into it

the cheese was excellent,

cheese plate

and the views weren't bad.

view from the backyard

We did end up hiking a short trail the following day, where we saw all kinds of great stuff.


small falls





wood mouse

3) I ate this.

The Fatty Melt

It's called a "Fatty Melt" and it consists of a hamburger between two grilled cheese sandwiches. Delicious.

4) This past weekend we attended the New York State Sheep & Wool Festival for the third year in a row, and we saw Maggie Gyllenhaal and her daughter there. Here they are enjoying the fine art of a yo-yo master at work. That dude was yo-yo serious.

Mr. Yo-yo & the Gyllenhaals

the yo-yo case

It was a perfect fall day for wearing some wooly items and walking around outside looking at wooly items. Some of which looked back.

angry sheep

Lisa's boyfriend

I call that last one "Son of Kenny G". Terrifying.

5) I think you're all caught up now.


Blogger Bengeance said...

You saw Maggie Gyllenhaal??? O.M.G. I need a moment.

2:27 AM  
Blogger Szonjaz said...

The "I ate this" comment, under the mouse, was a little disturbing for a minute, until I scrolled farther.

9:52 AM  
Blogger Dr. Hectic said...

It was way too cute to eat, but at the same time it would've been about half a mouthful of mouse, so I waited for larger game.

9:57 AM  

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