Getting ready to leave:
|View from the Lake|
|View from the Lake, on our private dock.|
|One of the two twin bedrooms. There was also a single room in the cabin as well, sleeping 5.|
|Cabin's private dock|
|Cabin Living Room|
|Me and my cabin mates. From the left:|
Me, Carolyn, Jill, Pat, Martina
Yarn Bombing is when yarn-related items are used in unusual ways, like to wrap around ordinary objects, such as canoes - here is a Canoe Cosy:
More Yarn Bombing scattered all around camp.
|I made these owls and added them to someone else's beautiful scene; I hope they weren't too upset, but Squam is all about mellow.|
|The beautiful sunlight scene that I added the owls to.|
I had a class with Franklin Habit; I took his picture, but I don't know if he'd be OK with me posting it or not, so I'll wait until I can ask if it's OK.
I loved his class, and here's an example of what we accomplished in the morning - Mosaic Knitting.
I was so busy with homework for my Nancy Bush class that I didn't get a chance to take a picture with her. I'm sorry about that, but I really enjoyed her class (even with the homework), and look forward to taking another class with her again.
There was lots of contemplation around the lake. If you recognize yourself in any of these pictures (hello you from Greenwood Lodge), please contact me via Ravlery and I can get you a high quality image file.
People stood in line waiting for the Art Fair to open.
Now tomorrow, it's back to work!