Another rainy day in paradise . . . but I do love the drippy photos!
Apollo offers his opinion in the wet grass.
Tookers joined us up on the roof.
Later that evening, we had our Basketry Guild meeting, where Linnette Miller from the WA State Historical Society gave an interesting talk on identifying baskets and other old objects, and also some tips on taking care of them. Above, Sally (right) our president, points to the identifying photo in a book while Linnette holds a yucca seive.
Sharon, Mary, Karen and Massy look over some of the baskets Linnette brought from her own collection, along with many books to help with the identifying.
Awe enables us to perceive in the world intimations of the divine, to sense in small things the beginning of infinite significance, to sense the ultimate in the common and simple, to feel in the rush of the passing the stillness of the eternal.
Happy Trails, Buzz
Our favorite black dog - we loved him well.
Don't forget . . .
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"To be whole. To be complete. Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from." Terry Tempest Williams