Yum! Ok, maybe not as they are in the photo, but take away all the icky parts and fry them in some garlic butter and they are ready to go!
Silk worms. The silk weaving shop was in the middle of a project when we stopped by. They have been making a blanket for a co-worker who is getting married. They are making it FROM SCRATCH. As in they have the worms and the webs and the moths all over sticks and they are collecting the raw silk, spinning it, dying it and weaving it. Wow. Below is the blanket on the loom.
I love the way silk looks, and if the scarves/wraps weren't $300, I would buy one.... if it wasn't for the smell. Yes, I am a little picky and have never liked the smell of silk clothing, I guess I have a sensitive nose!
Textiles and decor shop. So beautiful! Shelves and shelves of cloth, pillow shams, duvet covers, napkins, shawls, kerchiefs, table cloths, place mats etc.
Mr. Seagull who wanted to share our lunch with us. (He didn't get a bite.) If you didn't see my sisters gull photo, click here, it's so cool! It's near the end of the post.