After our sensory overload at Keepsake Quilts ,Patti took us up to the top of Frisky Hill. This was the place where I went as a little girl ,with my Mom, to get wool material to use in her braided rugs. (My Mother is still using some of those same braided rugs in her home today). It is quite strange how after 40 years one can come upon a place and simply understand that you have been there before!
Of course we had to do our share of leaf peeping and picture taking. Laura and Patti G and I had a wonderful time!
You may have gotten the impression that I love stone walls and being the Granite State, New Hampshire is full of beautiful rock walls. Here are a f ew examples.
The archway is the entrance to the vegetable garden.
On our last afternoon we went for a long walk in the woods down to the falls at Badger Brook.
We saw lots of cool Fun-GUYS- fungi!
This fungi had a luminescent glow to it!
Patti B and Patti G sitting on the bridge over Badger Brook. Laura took many pictures of all four of us at this spot as she knew how to use her timer on her camera. She will be sending more shots of all of us soon.
Yikes, this was a looooooong post! I hope that I did not bore you to tears. I took alot of pictures, this is only a very small sampling. The pictures do not do the magical quality of this very special place justice. The connections that I have with my Art Sisters can never be replaced nor have a value put on it. As the ad says, this experience was "Priceless". We are going to start hatching plans for our next Awesome Art Adventure. I will share some more pictures as soon as I get different shots form Mary and Laura and PattiG.