- perched on a mountaintop watching migrating hawks
- sanding shafts and treadles for my 12 shaft Toika loom
- painting the outside of our house
- hiking and watching wildlife in Colorado and Utah
When we left for vacation in late September, the trees in our front yard were still green.
Now hints of yellow are creeping in.
Going forward, my posts will be the usual mixture of things that inspire me, and what I do with that inspiration. I am stepping up my studio commitment this fall to make the most of my weaving time.
I will be blogging about my trip as well...on the dates when events actually occurred in late September and early October.
It's been a stormy day here today, full of unpacking, laundry, and generally getting the house restarted.
Bailey is so glad that we bailed him out of the kennel and he's back home!! We're glad to be back home too.
Look how yellow the beech trees are.
One of our maples is starting to turn red. My guess is that we have 3 weeks of foliage left. I promise not to post leaf pictures every single day. Or maybe I should, just to get it out of my system.