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cheri salas
Reno, NV
Interests: bicycles, sewing, diy, travel, wine, hot lava cakes, and avocados
Recent Activity
Cat newspaper fabric print gives this CatCon 2019 skirt some flare for the annual Pasadena event. Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2019 at s a l a s
Most comfortable sweat pants ever. Hudson pants from Truebias. Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2019 at s a l a s
An incredible geometric embroidered sequin velvet from @shoplamercerie turned pencil skirt for the holidays. See my me made makes and find inspiration. Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2019 at s a l a s
Be seen.Bright lights to stand out on the roadSuper bright white LEDs in the front and super bright red LEDs in the rear provide over 80 lumens of illumination to ensure that you stand out on the road. Be predictable.Turn signals on helmetLumos features bright left and right turn signals... Continue reading
Reblogged Jul 18, 2016 at s a l a s
Alright everyone, it's that time start making your Christmas presents for next year! That's right, I said it. Don't get mad at me. You know starting in the fall is already too late. To help get started with ideas, I will share with you what I made for everyone... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2016 at s a l a s
"It's not so bad," says a friend who suggested that I should not let the increasingly poor weather stop me from commuting on my bike this week. After getting caught in a downpour last night while riding adjacent to speeding cars over the Mass Ave. bridge, I decided it might... Continue reading
Posted Nov 11, 2015 at s a l a s
Robin Hood English 3-speed One of the many things that keeps me traveling around the Boston area is my part time gig as a bicycle mechanic at Menotomy Vintage Bicycles in the basement of the Cambridge Antique Market. I started commuting by bike five years ago in San Francisco and... Continue reading
Posted Oct 18, 2015 at s a l a s
Why hello there! I'm Cheri. It's pronounced like the wine...just in case you were wondering:) Born in Alaska, taught old fashioned values in the midwest, influenced in Northern California, toughened up in the Northeast and now navigating America's biggest little city. An alumna of Saint Mary's College of California. Inspired... Continue reading
Posted Oct 2, 2015 at s a l a s
cheri salas has shared their blog sangria tales
Sep 30, 2015
When I finally made it to Prague, I met my friend Heather in a hostel located in a very old stereotypical European building. I shared a large, high ceilinged, ornate room with 9 other people and shared two bathrooms with 19 other people. That’s what you get for paying 5 € a night for accommodations. The guy on the bunk below me just so happened to be a Political Science, PhD student at UC Berkeley that decided to take off six months to travel. It's funny how close you can suddenly feel to home by just talking with a stranger.... Continue reading
Posted May 24, 2010 at sangria tales
As so much traveling has occurred since I last wrote, I will give a relatively short review on my destinations. In March, I was lucky enough to have Bryan come visit me one more time in Spain during his Spring Break. We decided to rent an apartment for the week in Barcelona thinking that it would be nice to be by the sea and enjoy what we thought would be Barcelona’s good weather. Unfortunately, the weather has been rather abnormal in Spain this year (as everyone feels a need to tell me every time it rains) and it decided to... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2010 at sangria tales
BBC News - "Ash fears close Spanish and Moroccan airports" click here to see full article A cloud of volcanic ash from Iceland has forced airports in North Africa to shut for the first time, as well as hitting air travel in southern Spain. Morocco halted flights from Rabat, Casablanca and at least three other airports while, at one point, seven airports in Spain were closed . . . . Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2010 at sangria tales
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May 10, 2010
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May 10, 2010
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May 3, 2010
cheri salas added a favorite at ZooBorns
May 3, 2010
I just realized that it has been a while since I have updated you on my goings on. Truth be told, apart from my travels, life in the Head of the Ox (name of my town translated: Cabeza del Buey) has been pretty tranquilo. After Groundhog Day, my students carried on as normal; crying when they didn't win prizes at bingo, refusing to play games after they lost, whining when we were doing actual schoolwork, hitting each other, staring at me blankly when I asked them questions, 3rd grade boys plugging their ears in mock disgust when I played a... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2010 at sangria tales
Click here to read the full article: "Spanish Chefs' Room and Board" AT Mas Les Cols, a hotel and restaurant in the Spanish town of Olot in Catalonia, chickens roam free, surrounded by a 13th-century mas, or farmhouse, and a cluster of one-bedroom glass modules. The birds make for a pleasantly rustic element, but their winged brethren don’t fare quite as well in the kitchen nearby. There, the chef Fina Puigdevall has earned two Michelin stars for the artfully reinterpreted Catalan cuisine she creates for her guests. Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2010 at sangria tales
cheri salas added a favorite at Adventures in TestLand
Mar 4, 2010
Love it!!!! Miss you!!!
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The New York Times: Economy of Spain on the Edge MADRID — The idea that Spain could become a target of the world’s markets, an economic basket case weighing down the euro, is a preposterous notion, but not an unthinkable one. The New York Times: Spain Says It Arrested Basque Militant Leader PARIS — The ranking leader of the armed Basque separatist group ETA was arrested in northern France early Sunday, officials said, with Spain's interior minister saying that the group had been preparing an attack inside Spain. Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2010 at sangria tales