We enjoyed another free ranging, somewhat informal retreat this equinox. We included some new faces and noticed absences.
Some, such as Lindsey, made only brief appearances, flitting through.
Patrick brought his boy Spencer, our youngest.
We had three accomplished guitarists.
My own experienced encompassed Blue House happenings and the fact that Tara was at "nat quals" seeing if she could qualify for the NFL championship. She was undefeated. She managed to join us on the final day, for a discussion of snake species, their habits and splendors.
Axolotls and salamanders also featured.
Glenn's pad was a part of it too, a source of scholarship and a place to catch up.
Nirel has been enterprising with her Cuffka line, building equipment, inventory and skills. She has maximized use of her digs. Her practice is high level. She is one of my teachers.
We had a visitor at New Zealand at Blue House, who accompanied Melody to an Alice in Wonderland party.
Terry joined us on the Saturday morning walk to the top of Mt. Tabor.
Gus from Silverton shared flyers for his upcoming talk on April 24 regarding Homer Davenport, the famous political cartoonist and Arabian horse afficionado.
We had the projector set up and watched quite a few Youtubes, other videos.
Lew Scholl shared pictures from his trips to Peru, and to Nicaragua as a part of Multnomah Meeting's delegation.