Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm

Rebel, July 4th, 2019 at Forrestel Farm
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Tuesday, March 22, 2016

A Full Day....

Each morning the deer are in the back forty chowing.
 Another beautiful sunrise...

with lots of activity.

Today they started working on the 600 foot driveway at 7:30.
 It was at the same time I got out to the barn.
 Very crispy, but it was not as bad as yesterday morning.
 Between the deer and equipment, the horses were on alert for hours.

 When I finished cleaning the stalls...
 I had to go over to check things out.

 While one man dug down 1 foot by 12 feet wide, another kept going back and forth with loads of stone.  I was very impressed by how efficient they were.

 By the time class started, they had gone back as far as the indoor.
Check out the purse LuAnne made out of Gary's old neckties!  She added a few blings and
it was gorgeous!
It's for Jenny.

 LuAnne had always been interested in working on collages until last week.  Now, ready to draw, I introduced her to drawing on the right side of the brain.  This was her upside down drawing and she nailed it.
 As you can see, all are making progress.

 Gary spent time spreading manure in one of the gardens.  He is so far ahead this spring.

 I was amazed by the progress they had made by noon.  It will probably be finished tomorrow, as they spent the afternoon digging out a basement.
 Karen got here around 4:30 and took Maggie for a ride.
 As you can see....they were still working out back.

 We went to Jenny's for dinner.  Pizza and salad.

After that, Gary went home and I drove to the Town Hall for a workshop meeting.
Night all.

1 comment:

  1. That was pretty fast how much they got done on the driveway. Looks like the art students are all very talented. Love the necktie bag.


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