Here is the sad lonely tapestry waiting for me to finish her up... Finished tapestry will be 45 inches--not quite halfway there.
Before I leave on the hike I will be teaching a 3 day workshop for the Pueblo weaving guild. From there I'm headed out on the Colorado Trail.
My sister and I hiked the entire trail in 2003 from Denver to Durango (about 500 miles) with my then-3-year-old dog Cassy. Cassy will be coming on part of this hike, but she is turning 12 in a few days and will not have to carry a backpack this time around. She is a spry old thing -- a fact I attribute to her walking every day of her life perhaps as well as a puppy-ish personality and a lot of joy.
When we finished my grandmother had trophies made for us. Too bad the trophy shop misspelled Colorado(A) !!
I have been busy dehydrating food and making some gear in between getting ready to teach the tapestry workshop and figuring out how I am going to finish that big tapestry and a commission before I return to gainful employment (NOT that tapestry weaving isn't gainful, it just doesn't quite pay the mortgage YET).
So I'm off for a little walk. Part of it will be on my own and part of it will be with my two best girls, Emily and Cassy. About 300 miles of the Colorado Trail before we come home again... You may not hear much from this blog until mid-September, but rest assured I am having a grand time outside.
Colorado Mountains... (This is actually Little Bear, a 14er that is part of the Blanca Massif near Alamosa, CO.)
Go For a Hike!!! (before it snows again)