In my mind I was going to create one of those catchy slide shows…you know, the ones that click through 100 amazing photos in 2.5 minutes accompanied by some up-beat music…that’s why it’s been so long since the last posting. But the weather has been spectacular and I’ve found a thousand reasons not to be in the office doing computer chores…so here are a few of the photos that may some day make it into the snappy slide show…
Our last two weeks in snips:
I spent Columbus Day Weekend on Deer Isle at the Haystack School of Crafts. The program is open by lottery and I won a slot in the Blacksmithing class…it was SO MUCH fun…exhausting and exhilarating at the same time. I loved the molten metal and being surrounded by all of the artistic souls…the hammering was seriously hard work. Steven stayed home and kept the campground running smoothly…how lucky am I?
4 responses to “Fall Projects”
What wonderful photos – texture – color – tone- very inviting!
Hike and Bike Trails !!!! 🙂 Fantastic!! Huge smiles. And congratulations
Hi Astrig & Steve,
Are you going to stay making the trails this fall? If so, a trip up might be in order!
Astrig, I too took a blacksmithing class a few years ago and fell in love with the heat, the iron, and the anvil. Something very primitive, yet satisfying about this art. Fall looks beautiful in Searsport. I miss it everyday.
When you can find our way back into Searsport you’ll always have a home. In the meantime I’ll try to keep the blog updated enough that you know what our little corner of the world looks like on any given week.