I'll post a few pictures of our booth at 100 American Craftsmen this weekend later, but first, I want to share these two pictures. We'll probably be seeing a lot more of these "Farewell Tour" signs over the next few years. We are all aging, and while we still love making beautiful creative things, we are finding it harder and harder to haul all this stuff around! Driving a couple of hundred miles, give or take a few, setting up walls (sometimes a tent too), artfully displaying our work, smiling and talking for 6-10 hours for two or three days, and then packing it all up at the end of the day on Sunday, and usually driving home that night because we really didn't make enough money to afford another night in a hotel, is getting to be quite hard on us ought to be retired folks!
If you missed getting a wonderful handwoven piece from our friend Linda this weekend, check out her web site --- It's A Linda
And next time you are at a craft show, and see all that grey hair, consider investing in some soon to be unavailable art for your life, or for your friends or family!