Friday, November 23, 2012

A Festive Oyster Wreath

Hog Island Picnic Area
We've started a new tradition this year, skipping school for a few hours on Thanksgiving Eve.  It's the first Thanksgiving that we have ever had without our families, and I have been feeling more than a little discombobulated without the kids. Bless Tom's heart, he made the plan and I just got in the car.

Waking up early,  we did a ton of work in our pj's so that we could spend the afternoon on Wednesday enjoying a beautiful drive up the Marin-Sonoma coast to Hog Island Oyster Farm on Tomales Bay.

Just had to show you these gorgeous fall-holiday wreaths that we spotted on the front porch at
Hog Island Oysters.

Goodness knows that they have plenty of oyster shells to complete these creations.  Hmmmm.... maybe I had better save a few from Tom's oysters?

For a closer look;  I LOVE all of the natural local California coastal elements in these wreaths.  
So pretty!

What could be better than the sunroof open on a late November day and the Christmas music playing on our speakers in the Mini?  Still pinching myself that I actually get to live here...

(more about Hog Island tomorrow)

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