On a stroll down Orange Avenue in Coronado. . . .
A vintage canoe decorated with paper or fabric, filled with spheres that look like giant scoops of gelato.
Pretty for a party, yes?
“Cake Heaven,” the best kind of place.
Valentine’s Day approaches.
A doll awaits.
Handknit caps to ward off recent chills.
Outside, architecture that dazzles.
Yet another display, beautifully laid out.
Bags that capture the spirit of Coronado.
Sweet baby shoes.
Lastly, a nod to nearby Hotel del Coronado.
Great weekend, everyone. . . .
Such a colorful post. I really thougth those were ice cream cones at first.
We have a real snow storm at the moment. I just came home and it’s dark and cold. Thanks for this warming post. I’d fancy one of those caps.
You say the nicest things, Caroline. Thank you. I have to say I miss snow just a tiny bit, so will probably have to drive up in the mountains to see it before the spring comes. We’re supposed to have gorgeous weather for the next week, so I need to hurry. 🙂 Stay warm!
Love the colors. So California! And Valentine’s day–I’m still recovering from that last holiday. Have a wonderful weekend.
Oh, I know! Christmas seems like just a week ago.
I could browse in stores like this all day. There’s always something interesting to discover.
Me too, Jackie. So much better than the usual mall stores.
Fabulous array, Carole. I especially love the table legs where the doll waits …
I do too, Cheryl.
Some of that stuff would be too hokey for me, but I would love browsing.
It’s fun to photograph too. 🙂