The staff here is gearing up for the party this weekend, and part of getting ready is organizing all the auction items. So I delivered my wall-hanging to the office, and everyone there LOVED it. Of course I'll be sure to report how much $ it generates for the astronomy program.
"Someone" (most likely Warren) has built some delightful ducks (or 'swans' <g>) outside the Welcome Center. The first pic I snapped makes it look like the entrance gate runs right through it! (That's the Massage Tipi in the background.)
Then Marie walked by, so I took another one with her for scale.
Here's another cairn down below.
And this taller one off to the side.
A picture with me in it!
I made sure I didn't touch anything - but "somehow" when I squatted down, one of rocks landed on me. (Guess I could pretend that I'm building it?)
After the big weekend Steve is going on an annual camping trip with friends. He just had a new 6-person tent delivered, and decided that maybe (!) it would be a good idea to set it up ahead of time in the backyard. That turned out to be a good idea because it had very convoluted directions, but eventually he and Terry and I were able to figure it out.
It's quite nice, with a front and back door, plus it is tall enough inside to stand. (We also put on the rain fly, not shown in my photo.) The tent not only has a large number of pockets and nets built inside to help keep track of little things like keys or glasses or a phone - but also 4 flip-open cup holders!