Given the subject of the photos, it’s pretty clear that this wasn’t one of my usual Saturdays. Oh sure, I took Abby for a couple of walks – that’s just a given – but I also took in the Yellow Point Artisans Christmas Tour.
This was one of the really fun places on the trip – alpacas – who were camera savvy and ready to pose at the drop of a hat (or a treat because those were up for grabs too).
I think I dropped in at about five places, some of them really amazing. One woodworker’s shop had me in awe. It felt more like I was walking through a gallery than a work/display space.
I ran into Andrea, who I haven’t seen since the ill-fated day Simon and I met her on the ferry coming back from Vancouver. The nice thing is that she landed squarely on her feet. Such an amazing person.
At any rate, it was a good tour. I will probably take in a few more locations tomorrow. So glad I hiked yesterday. The forecast for the weekend appears to have been correct: so grey that it’s difficult to tell where day ends and night begins.
Saw a couple of things on the tour – my first thought: “Oh – Simon would love this!”
Yeah – moving forward one small step at a time.