|We had a terrific day at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.|
That's the Chihuly Glass Tree in the new Atrium where we
also had lunch.
|While visiting our new tenants in Quincy we stopped at|
the Squatum Yacht Club where Heather spent most of her
summers. Some of her family still belong here and that's
her father James' painting over the bar.
|Scott attended a three day Progressive Change Campaign|
Committee Field Organizing Class held in Portland, ME.
|A view of the Portland, ME harbor front with a full moon|
|Both of us took a week long class at the Sculpting Studio|
in West Rutland in Cold Casting. This shows our first
project, a two dimensional tile getting ready for the 2nd
plaster pouring. We're making a mold that will allow us
to pour mulitple copies.
|Our teacher Elliot Katz and one of our fellow students|
|Caribbean Princess, Not Osh Kosh and Animal Buddies -|
all in acrylics.
|Oils, Waiting for the Bus and Tea Time on the Road, were|
from my visit to Afganistan in 1968.
|Under the Green Umbrella, also oil, hung in the|
MFA as part of a student exhibit when I was
|Sculptors and friends from the Carving Studio came for the|
|Brent, Wilma, LaVerne, Wandi and Joseph came for a visit|
in August. Here Brent and I pose on the AT. We enjoyed
some great hikes with Scott.
|Joseph, LaVerne and Wandi try the roller coaster at|
Okemo - several times.
|Wilma and Brent with Shrewsbury friends Chryl and Gerry|
with Scott at Elfin Pond for the Rotary Lobster Fest
|This photo was on the front page of the Rutland Herald|
and was taken at our Fifth Anniversary Party for Pierce's
Store on August 31st. It was a huge success with over a
hundred people attending. As you can see I worked the
|My fruit tarte, made for a dinner I catered for 8 - donated|
at a silent auction for Spring Lake Ranch's First Annual
Paddle Battle. Scott and I were part of the planning