Amtrack Surfliner, from Camarillo to Santa Barbara.
Santa Barbara Brewing Company, which was excellent (I had fish and chips).
Loop & Leaf for my signing/ workshopettes.
Loop & Leaf is a lovely, small shop. I arrived about 15 minutes before the books did, but I would have enjoyed my 3 hours there, even with no books. Celeste and her staff are wonderful, and the knitters there are even moreso. I had a fantastic time, and I intend to take them up on their offer to come back and teach a full class!
Araucania Miloden, and it's going to be heavy socks with a waffle pattern.
Rowan Colourscape Chunky at Athena Fibers in Sioux Falls. It'll eventually be a mitered square hat. Lovely stuff, both yarns.
After the classes were over, we had several hours to kill before the return train, so we wandered some more, and did a beer tasting at Union Ale Brewing. I was especially taken with the Honey Blonde (that might not be exactly the right name- but it did have honey in the title).
After that we wandered a bit more, than hopped on the train for the hour-long trip back to Camarillo. It was a wonderful, exhausting day.
Today? It's raining. We're planning a quiet day, which suits me just fine.