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Thank you Tut Tut. He has only gotten 8 cards and some posters. I was hoping he would get more. THANK YOUI also entered you to win the Super Hero Cape. Drawing this Friday.Erin
Oh!I didn't know it but I love Morris dancing too!
Looks like you had a blast.
Summer feels like a blur to me too. Can you believe August is half over?
great picture of time, i know that feeling!i love the quilt - can we see more of it?
I want to be a Morris Dancer when I grow up!
Can't believe Summer's nearly over(sigh) Love your passage of time photo..beautiful surroundings.
Dennis loves the video! LOVES the fact that every Morris dancer gets a stick. Very fair.
just discovered i've been commenting as dizzyoopsjust clearing up my mess
The quilt is beautiful! Love the Morris dancing and that space looks gorgeous. Where was Folk Camp held?
Enlarge the quilt picture, and you can see who made it. She was very sweet and came with her grandma and grandpa.you can see more about the Folk School here:http://www.folkschool.orgNext summer will be our last one: L will then have aged out of Intergenerational Week.
I've only seen Morris dancing once, in Ypres, at the Black Cat festival. It was wonderful.
I like to sleep under quilts.I can't do the English Morris dance for obvious reasons, but I am great at Irish Step dancing.
Looks pretty cool.The video made me think of pick up sticks in reverse for some reason?
Oh, that cake looks good
I looked at their site and it looks like a great place. I wanna go to storytelling camp!
i wish to go to folk school so i can be a folk.
had to laugh at the perfect capture of time moving!! when we lived in new haven way back when our neighbor was a member of a morris dancing troupe and we went to see marty and friends dance at every opportunity. thanks for the fond memories. I'm very sad to have lost contact with marty - last year I tried to find him via google him, but alas he seems to have disappeared or at least is off the grid - which knowing marty isn't too hard to believe.... looks like a mighty nice time!
Folk school sounds like fun - I don't think we have that sort of thing here but it would probably be a hit!
Careful what you do with those sticks!Do you make your own dyes?
I want to make a clay based paint. and natural dyes.
Wow...that looked like it was a blast...we are now in Tupelo...was hoping to see you before we left, but Shayne had a list a mile long for me to accomplish this week....grrrr.....
Mmmmmmmm. Taking a plateful of what's in the 3rd image and going to sit out in the 1st image!
I doubt that I'll be updating my south of france blog in the forseeable future so am going to add your blog to my daily photo blogroll that way I can find you easily.Angelahttp://nicedailyphoto.blogspot.comhttp://valbonnedailyphoto.blogspot.com
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