Before we left for our trip to Montreal, Horus really stepped up his production in the clay studio. So sweet
I was attending a seminar during most of our stay in Montreal, so although we did plenty of exploring and urban adventuring, I am embarassed to say that I have almost no photographs of the beautiful city. But I did snap this shot, above, of Lee, Treva and Felix at the bio-dome. Don’t get me started on what I think of the whole animals-in-captivity thing. But rest assured I communicated my ambivalence to the kids. They’re suitably conflicted. Phew. (Please click on the photo above to really get a good look at how hilarious Treva is. She is a riot, honestly.)
We visited with our friend T. and his gorgeous little daughter. Everyone got along extremely well, including the great danes.
As you can see, T. has a pretty fantastic space.
The first thing we did upon arriving home, was to go out for a walk in the woods with bows and arrows. Eastern Canada received another blizzard just in time for Spring, but it’s going, it really is. (Lee has made several bows and arrows as well, now. He’s getting quite proficient. We’re going to start selling them. Just wait.)
And just like that, we’re back in the swing of things. And yet, somehow, transformed. We had a really great trip. Sorry I’ve been away from here for so long! Looking forward to spending a little more time hanging out. But now I have to go to bed. We’re cutting and piling wood tomorrow, and everything is go!