Part 2....the regular groove for the day.
|L'orange is one smart cat. Spends the night in the basement and goes to the barn during the day.|
|This was the ideal winter morning.|
|It was bright and the temperature rose to 30 degrees.|
|Gary finished cleaning up the driveway...not too much snow this morning.|
|The sculptures....covered by three feet of snow.|
|The dogs and cats were loving the weather.|
|Gary helped me finish stalls....got in the house after 10.|
Made a quick trip down to Wegmans after lunch.
Ventured out with my camera late afternoon.
The most beautiful part of the day.
Back inside 'til chore time.
Part 3 - How to make sweet potato salad...
|In separate pots, boil 4 regular potatoes, 2 sweet potatoes and 2 eggs.|
|Drain, let cool and place in a bowl. Drizzle with a shot of Good Season's Italian Dressing.|
|Chop up a little dill pickle.|
|Add salt, pepper, celery salt and dill weed.|
|Toss, then add mayo and mustard.|
|When you mix it, the sweet potatoes become "mashed" and the white potatoes stay cubed. Try it! A delicious and different potato salad.|
Part 4 - The art opening at A Different Path Gallery
Richard Hart was one of the three artists in the show. Yesterday I posted three of his prints of candles.
Tonight he set several up and anyone could photograph them. I went for it.
He will select someone's photograph and make a print of it.
Here is a quick look at the show.
The sculpture was created by Heather Boyd and the oil paintings were by Kenneth Townsend.
The rest...Richard Hart.
|Kathy....shop owner taking pictures of the candles.|
|Kathy's husband, Stewart. Can't wait to see the shots taken with his spectacular camera.|
Great food...from Java Junction....
An outstanding show. If you live in the area, check it out.
While I was at it, took a few more shots in the shop.
I love the selection...you would too.
There is something for everyone.... and all created by local artists.
|New bags that have not been displayed yet.|
All of the work in this photo was done by the gallery/shop owner...Kathy Weston. We are so lucky to have something of this quality in our little village.
I don't know about you, but I have reached my capacity.