I was driving past Gilroy, Ca and came upon this place called Bloomfield Farmers Market and decided to stop. It was well-worth the stop:
Sometimes it is work pulling over and checking things out.
|The Cast of Sirius Lee|
The weather has been lovely here the last couple of days. The smoke is gone from the air and I went out walking. I went to San Leandro and decided to walk some of the San Francisco Bay Trail. As I mentioned, the San Francisco Bay Trail has many parts and encompasses the whole Bay Area. I love walking all the the different places around the San Francisco Bay. The beauty of it is that you get different views in the different places:
I know I will walking more of the San Francisco Bay Trail-LOL from different place and I will be sharing the pics.
I was walking in San Francisco and saw some unusual public art. I found out that it was done by an artist names Randy Colosky. Colosky is a Bay Area artist who is a conceptual artist who transforms mundane materials into poetic works of art:
Quarry Lakes is located in Fremont, Ca. Before being turned into a beautiful park, it was a gravel quarry from about 1912 until 1972. Between 1975 and 1992, the East Bay Regional Parks District and the Alameda County Water District purchased the land and started to convert the land into a Park. The 471 acre park opened up in 2000:
Quarry Lakes is a gem and I am lucky that it is 10 minutes from my house and I need to spend more time there.