**Baked! High in the Rockies of Frisco, CO 9097'**
but I promise there are no 'special' brownies on the menu. :)
**Located off Main St in Frisco, CO**
**shelves of colorful rainbow mugs**
**delicious looking cupcakes**
**wonderful raspberry croissants**
**how many restaurants do you go in that have a
skiing dog hanging from the ceiling?**
**helpful suggestions for the bathroom**
They have delicious sandwiches and soups ~ my favorite soup is their tomato basil...but sadly they did not have it on the menu this time...I still had a yummy grilled cheese sandwhich with avocado and tomatoes on fresh whole wheat bread. Kim stuck to the breakfast side of the menu and had one of their frittatas.
After brunch/lunch, we drove in to Breckenridge to wander around and visit a couple of fun shops. We didn't see a lot of skiers in Breckenridge, but we saw a LOOOOOONG line of people waiting to get in to the Breckenridge Beer Fest...not something we opted to participate in but it was a nice day to be out and about in the town. One of my favorite local shops is called Magical Scraps. They have really cute handmade items...bags, hats, belts, jewelry, and on and on...you can see a small sampling on their website and Etsy shop, but it's really worth it to take a walk through their store...I was good today ~ I didn't buy anything this time, just admired the talent the ladies of the shop have...I did snap some photos of the store...I've seen these embroidery hoops displaying fabric on other blog sites before and think it's a really cute, inexpensive way to decorate a wall...
**Love this wreath on the door ~ just strips of colorful fabric
tied in knots around a wire metal wreath form**
**aren't these appliqued hand towels so cheerful looking?**
I saved the best for last...this next photo was NOT in
the "Magical Scraps" store ~
but I had to include it...
move over "Mounted in Alaska"...
this is Colorado's version of taxidermy...
Plush Trophy Heads...
could be cute nursery decor for an Alaskan baby, right? :)
Our final stop of the day before heading back to Denver, was to the Silverthorne Outlets ~ just to check out a couple of stores as we each had some discount coupon offers to use. My favorite purchase of the day was a light-weight ruffled scarf...I've seen a similar one (almost identical actually) for sale by one of the bloggers I follow, but they are kind of spendy...$28 for a scarf is hard for me to swallow...but I got this one at Eddie Bauer today for a whopping $10!! Love getting a great deal! :)
All in all, a really great day!! Thanks Kim! :)