Life, art, and nature on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Monday, October 22, 2012


Nigel, on the way to Bark In The Park
It was impossible to get around to all the fall festivities on the mid-shore this weekend, but we gave it a good try.
First up...
Talbot Humane

Loved these doggie faces...
Oh look, our little Scoutie.
Okay, technically not a face, but pretty cute...
Gondoliers! A little Venice in the middle of Easton.
You know you want him. Go here for more info. This was our second year at Bark In The Park and it's such a fun event!
Back home, we were very excited to have two little overnight guests, Stormy and Farrah, from Jessica Lantz's, Milo project. 
They left this morning, but oh, we enjoyed having them. I'll miss these...
On Sunday, we were up early to play with the minis. Then off to Easton for the Craft Show at the Academy Art Museum.
Enjoyed meeting Roz Weinberger of Roz Potz and learning about raku pottery. Horse hairs are burnt onto a pot's service and the carbon creates lines. I think this would make an amazing gift for a horse lover. See Roz's beautiful work at This is a good way to re-cycle any tail hairs that you might have lying around. Really.
Left the show and took a little stroll up the street to grab a pic of artist friend, Chris Murray's contribution to the Arts In Easton Banner Program. Love these work boats.

Speaking of boats, let's drive down to Cambridge for the Cambridge Schooner Rendezvous...
Pride of Baltimore II
On board...

We watched the Mystic Whaler set sail...
That's the Sailwinds Park East Kite Festival in the background. When whales fly!
The newly completed Choptank River Lighthouse
Time to mosey back across the river to our neck of the woods...
Our neighborhood, viewed from the deck of  The Pride of Baltimore II.
Hope you had gorgeous weather and fall festivities where you live this weekend. If not, you're welcome to come and enjoy some of ours.  XO.

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