I took a workshop, "out of the Box Resin", and was a bit disappointed. Half of the teacher's supplies were lost in the mail and she couldn't go into resin molding. Unfortunately, that was the only reason I signed up for the workshop. I have a page of notes from her recommendations, but didn't get to have any hands-on working with the materials.
I want just one sheet of this copper shipment for my front yard! Driving to Santa Fe we passed several truck loads of copper ingots. The flat sheets are neat, but the thicker ones with handles or ears on top are what I really want.
In the motel parking lot, we wondered why someone would put a stuffed toy out on the ground . . . . then it moved! I have friends who might dye their hair this color, but have never seen a entirely pink dog. Wondering if it's like the old nursery rhyme of the "Purple Cow"?
On a very narrow back street, very hard to find and get to, is this adobe house that dates to 1647. It's billed as the oldest house in the USA and I'll have to check with an archaeologist friend. I think there is a 1616 house on the grounds of Strawberry Bank Museum in Portsmouth NH.
I love looking at doors in the southwest. This was a particularly nice one in a fence.
I'd eat at this Deli in a heartbeat.... what a happy looking place.
The trip home was a nightmare. We ended up traveling south along the huge storm front. Visibility was almost nil from blowing sand and dust. What should have been an 8 hr trip, lasted 24 hours when we hit Interstate closings from Las Cruces to Lordsburg NM. Then it was off & on snow whiteouts the next day driving west.
Ouch, my Element looks like it now has a matte orange bead finish