Sunday, May 6, 2012

A May Day in Chico: Sundays in My City

UnknownMami hosts a lively worldwide party on Sundays. Through her blog, you can feast on amazing sights across the globe.

Hi, there. Thanks for arriving, even though I'm starting this tour a bit late. We're back in Chico, CA today for a stroll through downtown's Artisan Street Fair.

                                                          

Card reads: "HAT'S $10.00" [The apostrophe is a bonus.]

 We'll close with a slice of California's best, roses and a palm tree.

Have a wonderful new week!


29 comments:

  1. These photos are awesome Robyn, where you live really is paradise.

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  2. There is something about street festivals that always draw me in! Loved the pictures!

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  3. Love those bonus, wayward apostrophes!
    And the palm tree…

    And may you too have a wonderful (and productive) week!

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  4. Under the palm tree looks refreshing!

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  5. I like that stained glass!

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  6. What a wonderful way to spend your day.

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  7. Looks so warm and inviting, unlike here.

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  8. Thanks, everyone. It's been a nice spring day.

    MsA, the stained glass was mesmerizing and photographic too.

    Be well, all.
    xoRobyn

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  9. I LOVE that you always tell us where we are in your Sunday posts - - - goodness, the linky party IS Sunday in my CITY and I get so frustrated when I can't tell what city!

    Love the hat's sign. And I intend the possessive there.

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  10. I love street fairs, and this one looks like a lot of fun!

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  11. What a beautiful sunny day you had for your celebration. It rained where I am but I drove to Taco Bell and bought a few tacos to celebrate. Your celebration looks better.

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  12. Looks like a fun day. I love the palm tree!

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  13. Ah, I love your Sunday posts!
    The festival looked like fun!
    Did you get some Hat's ? ah ha ha!

    Thanks for coming by today and giving me some sugar

    Mwah!
    gi gi

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  14. What a lovely climate you have, Robyn. On a day like that, I would have bought a rainbow coloured hat and thrown it in the air.

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  15. It's raining in Leicester, UK. Those photos look so inviting I might even pack up and move over.

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  16. I love street fairs! Last week we went to a great one in Palm Springs. have you ever gone to that one?

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  17. Oh how I miss PALM TREES!!! Love the stained glass too! Nice Post! W.C.C.

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  18. Love the post and Love your more!

    Hugs sweet friend,

    J

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  19. Keetha, well, thank's you. Apostrophe s intended. =)

    Tara, street fairs are great. I agree. Thanks.

    Stephen, sounds like you were resourceful, given the rain.

    Darlene, palm trees always remind me (in a good way) of So. Cal where I grew up.

    Gigi, thanks, my friend. Love backatcha.

    GB, I was tempted, but didn't want to be stuck with too many hat's.

    Rosalind, consider yourself welcome anytime.

    Pat, I don't remember any street fairs in Palm Springs, though I'd love to visit one there.

    WC, me too. See comment to Darlene. And stained glass makes for a great picture. Doesn't it?

    John, my dear, love you even more. I better stop before they start gossiping about us.

    xoRobyn

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  20. Hi Robyn.
    The Palm Springs street fair is EVERY Thursday night from 6 until 9. They shut down the entire stretch of Palm Canyon drive in downtown PS. It is really well supported and gets very crowded. Many food stalls, produce, crafts, music, art, etc... All the downtown restaurants make a killing on that night. I hope you can go sometime. It's been going for MANY years.

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  21. Thanks, Pat. It sounds fantastic. I love Palm Springs and now I'm really wanting to get back there. You're there at a good time too. It's not scorching hot yet. (Right?)

    xoRobyn

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  22. I love a good street fair, especially jewelry and art. Thanks for sharing and thanks for all the amazing comments on my blog. You are wonderful, Robyn. :)

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  23. I love a good street fair, checking out the vendors and just experiencing a family street in a whole new way.

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  24. Love artisan fairs! They have such unique things and ..uh..spelling. LOL

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