2019 Palo Alto Festival of the Arts

I had so much fun chalking in Palo Alto this year. I chalked a still life of a crab boil, because why not? Before heading home, some of us stopped off at the Winchester Mansion in San Jose and then the Farmer’s Market in Gilroy for garlic ice cream.

And so the chalking begins!
End of Day 1. A nice cold beer sounds good right about now!
Almost done, just a little more chalking left!
My finished square.
Can’t pass through Gilroy without having garlic ice cream! I couldn’t decide which to get, so I tried both.
The Winchester Mansion in San Jose is a Queen Anne style Victorian mansion. It’s a beautiful house, haunted or not, I would love to live here!
The mastermind behind this Queen Anne Revival with 160 rooms was Sarah Winchester, the widow of William Winchester. Famously private and eccentric, she built onto her California home on and off for more than 30 years. Legend has it that she did it to appease or confuse the ghosts of the people killed by Winchester rifles.

Time-lapse of my square.