Frozen custard, hoodies, and baseball

My husband is napping, that’s his holiday treasure.  I’m in a writing mood, but outlining next month’s Camp NaNo idea just isn’t happening.  Instead, here’s some pics of what the last few days have entailed.

Chocolate frozen custard, with pecans and caramel sauce

Custard at Culver’s has been a daily habit.  Monday was a small sundae for me, chocolate with pecans and caramel sauce, while my better half chose Boston cream pie.  Frozen custard is a staple in the Midwest, and with so many snowbirds here in Arizona, well, Culver’s followed the crowds.

Frozen custard is like soft serve, but very rich, and an absolute treat for us Californians.

Frozen custard is like soft serve, but very rich, and an absolute treat for us Californians.

Tuesday was Nestle Crunch swirl.  I prefer it in cups, my husband likes cones.

Tuesday night's lineups

Tuesday was also baseball, Giants and Padres.  Temps were perfect for an evening game, not cold, but just breezy enough for a hoodie.

I don't often buy sport merchandise, but when I do, I prefer World Series winners.

I don’t often buy sport merchandise, but when I do, I prefer World Series winners.

The gift shop was loaded for bear, but I wanted something functional for that evening, and Silicon Valley summer nights that can be surprising cool.  My husband picked up a media guide, and a shirt for himself, which he’ll wear to the Cincinnati Reds-San Francisco Giants game this afternoon.

The view was fantastic, even from the bleachers.

The view was fantastic, even from the bleachers.

After he wakes from his nap, of course.  Custard will be an after-game treat, and hopefully we’ll be celebrating a Giants’ win.  Last night they were clobbered by San Diego, 6-2…

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