Day 9 - Driving Home
We had a nice breakfast in Solvang and after breakfast, we went shopping.. No use rushing into LA traffic. We saw Robin this morning as she stayed in the house and the security cameras worked well. Great party Robin!
So we are driving east today.
Three hours with no traffic; it took us five hours!
The stork is delivering a baby?
For most of us, the stork is a symbol of joy; of a bright future on the horizon. Although the meaning of the stork is not always the same, it is telling of the nature of these beautiful birds that they are so consistently associated with happy things to come.
"Mommy, I wants a latte also!"
Paul dined in style!
Scout makes sure the food is OK!
Leather store, yeah!
Taking a stroll.
This is Charlotte Sanders approved!
Mary found all sorts of goodies here .
She found her famous pancakes (aebleskiver )here.
The aebleskiver pan is a cooking utensil designed specifically for making the Danish pancake ball known as an aebleskiver, ebleskiver or apple dumpling. This type of pancake has a round ball-like shape rather than a flattened plate-like shape, similar to a crepe or a North American pancake.
I gained weight walking by the store
On a sad note, I received a call from Dave Mall's daughter. Dave passed awaay this morning. He was a good man and a lot of fun to talk too. RIP Paul David Mall
It is wine-o'clock for sure!
We had a drink with Charlotte before heading east again; home is 20 minutes away.