Monday, October 26, 2009

Fall Arrives

We had eight visitors here for our five-day class last week, and Inspector Suki tried to adjust.
Here she curls up on the cutting table and tries to help.

While many of the students were among her favorite people, the total dissruption of her schedule was a bit much.

There was much stimulus (maybe she has a touch of autism), and she spent a good part of the week away from the hubbub and commotion.

Priscilla took this picture of Suki watching over everyone coming in the studio in the morning from her vantage point on the roof.

The maple trees in the area feature a portrait of yellows, oranges, and reds. Our little tree in the backyard contributes to the tableau.

The rear of our house is graced by a "burning bush" in full color. Our new waterline trench to the barn has been filled in and new grass covers the evidence. We'll store the hose and make final preparations for winter before it gets much colder.

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