Yippee Eye Yo!
-- My day of Japanese papermaking with Jacqueline Mallegni was lovely. I was grateful to have visited her studio, her land (right on the Chama River in Abiquiú), her house, and sampled her hospitality and taken advantage of her experience and (especially) her patience. I made a dozen or so pieces of paper and now what? Hmmm!
-- Our visit to Puye Cliff Dwellings, near Los Alamos included a guided hike among the remnants of the structures. Every step along the path yielded more and more pottery shards of almost mind-boggling variety and color and finish. See pix here and here.
-- Other miscellaneous events: Sunday brunch with my friend Paula from Abq at the Range Cafe in Bernalillo; a zip through some of the gardens on the 16th Annual Santa Fe Botanical Garden June Home Garden Tour (what drought?); "Western-style" furniture shopping (stay tuned!) . . .