Chad and Anna's anniversary weekend in Berkeley. We climbed Mt. Diablo twice, as well as doing some other riding, and enjoyed a lovely meal at Chez Panisse. Nimue and Linda had a fun weekend back in Sunnyvale. (Photo taken by weird guy in a Superman shirt.
Too many concerts. Here are a few selections from The Choir Who Shall Not Be Named (unnamed due to these being bootleg recordings that I made despite their clueless requests that people not record their own kids for out-of-town grandparents).
I forgot the recorder for Nim's band concert -- you get a reprieve this year :)
Nights out. We were lucky enough to get the last three tickets at the SFJazz center when Eddie Palmieri was there at the end of November. Most excellent. While we were killing time between dinner and the concert, we wandered around the Civic Center area and found a nice little pedestrian area with lit up sculptures, coffee shops, and the like.
Another lit tree sculpture. This one, named Aurora, was a burning man project that is now installed in downtown Palo Alto. It's entertaining because you can control the color and blinking with your phone. We played with it after a California Bach Society concert we went to last weekend.