Friday, August 2, 2013

Fly Me to the Moon

... or even better, back home to Brown County

Taken June 29, 2013.

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  1. I missed some really cool 'shops yesterday. Well, I didn't miss 'em, because I just looked 'em over, but missed the chat about them in context. The combination of self-portraits and macros call to mind a nature version of The Borrowers. I have to wonder if Fiddleoak is working on a narrative of sorts, or if he's just expressing a theme of tiny him in a huge world. I did love the one of the old guy riding the squirrel, too.

    Well, off to the mimes. It's not getting any earlier. Doesn't help that Mason had a pretty heavy nosebleed at 1am. I think we need to take him in to see if there's anything we can do about that.

  2. Morning Andi,

    Don't tell me you're getting homesick for Brown county? I was figuring you and Jim would probably hike up into Canada, then over and finally down into Indiana by lunch time. ;)

    Regardless when y'all are leaving, be careful coming home.

    Take care


  3. Hi everybody. We're back to civilization and we'll be flying home soon and back with the dogs some time this evening.

    I haven't had a chance to look at all the comments for the past week yet but I hope everybody is doing fine. We had a great time and the sore feet to prove it.

    Got to go get ready to go get all our mess organized into something that can go on a plane. Talk to you all again either this evening or tomorrow morning.

  4. Hi to everyone and happy travels home to the Fs!

  5. Welcome back, Andi! Hope your flight is on time and peaceful.

    I love this picture - and the caption as I have always wanted to go to the moon.

    Happy Friday!

  6. Hiya FM -- so good to see you here and over in the cafe. xo

    Welcome home Andi and Jim -- looking forward to hearing about your hikes.

  7. Hiya Candis!

    I haven't heard from you in so long. It's good to hear from you too.

    This morning when I was looking at the pictures that Jen had posted by Fiddleoak, the first thing I thought of was you. I was thinking that both of you have so much talent.

    Take care and talk to you later.