May 22, 2005

2 of 12

Ahhh day 2 of 12 has come to the end. Accomplished. That’s how today feels. The $75 minivan is packed, ready to hit the road. The errands have been run, the groceries have been bought. All that is left is to pack my own personal suitcase and toiletries.

Today we picked-up the art work we will deliver to texas for members of our camp. Two pieces of treasured art challenged our packing abilities. One, a manequin head, covered in nails, each nail sticking out about 2 inches off the surface. So pokey. Two, the body of an effigy, 4 feet long by 30 inches wide, a cylinder, made of tissue paper and fine bent bamboo. So fragile.

The effigy received the back seat, all to itself, laid out on its side. The head we placed in a styrofoam cooler, dampening the dangerous sharpness.

Tomorrow brings visits with guiders, healers and family.

May 21, 2005

Christmas Tree Burn

In late January, after most christmas trees had seen there last days of glory and been cast onto the curb, a lucky 300 trees had one last hurrah, a chance to leave this world in blazing glory.

Elemental

I felt a little out of my world…

Rustic

Jeremy

Cabin

My photos from the UP and my very first snowshoe expedition.

Snowshoes and puppies

Evening stroll

Serenity

Robin, Robin, Robin

Kites on Ice with Robin – February 2005

Robin

Robin

Robin

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