Macarons and Puppies.

Travel & Personal
January 29, 2016

What a mix right?

I visited northern California and stopped in to enjoy two favorites: French Macarons and Puppies! In this case one semi-puppy and one much older dog but still a total ‘treat’.

Maybe it was the Holiday Season in the air but I don’t see ever really tiring of either anytime soon.

 

Macarons by Tin Roof Bakery in Chico

 

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