|Monday morning snow.
All of our kids except two are in SoCal where weather has been a big factor as well. The missing rains of the last several years all showed up at the same time with devastating impact. Fortunately none of the family has had any damage. Brian has been working 90% remotely which is a good thing as his commute is on "the Grapevine", Interstate 5. Living in the mountains means their rain is often snow.
|When water moves the earth.
|Ezra enjoys a snow day.
|Elliott ready to throw his snow ball.
I did get out to spend a fun afternoon with fellow RVers learning how to do needle-felting. We started out with squares and moved on to first steps for making small animals. I'm hooked and looking forward to doing more! Rebecca reserved the little meeting space for weekly get-togethers, so should be a great addition to my slow winter "schedule". I'm sure I'll be an expert after next week so I'll try to remember to get pics :-))
|The paddles on this Prickly Pear are larger than serving platters!
|Pre-festival week days are perfect for avoiding the large crowds.
|I bet you can guess the title of this one.
|I fell in love with these two.
|Many galleries have artists who have captured native themes in a variety of ways. I love the colors in this table piece.
|The temperature difference is extreme between the sun and shade. The dapples bring the art outside.
|Just more room in the Jeep and more padding in the bank and these cuties would have come home with me!
|Many of the galleries have vignettes as lovely as their art.
|My anti-pasto lunch continued the "work of art" theme!
We each have a couple more medical appointments in the next month, and more fun is a planned trip to SoCal to see the family. Reservations are made and I can't wait to see them all!
|1 year-old Oliver is all smiles.