Wood shavings - good to see!
Sounds like a heavenly day ... looks like a heavenly day, with everyone in shorts or short pants. Congrats on the wood shavings. Getting something done is the best thing ever! Well, at least among the top ten.
We do have dogs at our farmers market but mostly those small white fluffy ones. No wonderful pots or stuff, just good farm produce.
I looks like you went to a doggie parade. Those wood shavings are exciting to see because that means that you are busy creating.
I would love to browse through that shop with you-- and the farmers' market too-- and my dog would love the Dog Food Dude for sure-as I know he would jump through a hoop of fire for a single peanut.
Oh...the dogs are delightful and your favorite shop is so exotic to this beach dweller's eye... then there you are back at work with a good cuppa'...what a grand day!...thanks for sharing the beauty.
Wow, looks like you have had a great day, can't wait to see the fruits of your labor!
I like seeing those wood shavings because I know that a photo of your next piece will be on its way sometime soon.
Love your shavings. I bet they smell heavenly too.Kim
Markets are such a joy...looks like a great day for all.. Is that Ben I see in the background chatting up the other canines?
So wonderful to view a bit of your life, my friend.
Oh - you make me long for the warmer weather and farmer's market HERE. Thanks for the glimpse. And of course, doggie cliques - wonderful - brings a smile to this face!
Such a treat to get a tiny glimpse into a world so far away....yet recognize A Simple Saturday.
Love the shavings pics.
i was just talking last night with someone who was wondering what they could do with wood shavings...when i saw your photo i had to agree, they look so cool...what do you do with them dare i ask?
looks like a delightful day! i need to find a good market to take my bella and zoe to. we've not done much doggy socializing yet.
looks like it was a perfect day:)
loved the trip to the market with you.......it'll be MONTHS before i can do that here!! well, not so many really. three? coffee in the indigo mug surrounded by wood havings, delish!
It is nice to see how other part of the world have their farmers market.Thank you for sharing.Wishing you a wonderful week,Egmont
Wow! Dogs everywhere.We have a local farmer's market that sets up every summer and fall in our city center. It is close enough to walk, so we always take Edward and Apple. They love to go, especially as they receive lots of attention!
Looks like a day well spent! Nice to see some of your work in progress too, I am looking forward to seeing what it will become:)
What a lovely day! Those little Scotties are so adorable... my dad used to have two - Bonnie and Dougal. They have such funny characters and seeing these made me smile.Also, fab that you had a good spate of work afterwards... great way to round off the day. I'm told it's been a little cooler in your parts and so I hope you're loving that taste of Autumn in the air :) Happy new week to you!
oh, how i love a farmer's market! such a great way to spend the day! and ending on a creative up-note ain't too bad either! :~)
So many cute dogs hangin' at the market!! Looks like such a fun day!!Can't wait to see what you're working on!!
Love the name "dog food dude".Farmer's Markets always seem to be such happy affairs.Wood chips are so cool, and so is your mug.
Now I'm in the mood for a market day.What was the outcome of the monkey hullabaloo last week?
Oh u up early. Love that sky photo. I have been sleeping in late like a sack of flour turned away from the sunrise. Which hits me in the eye and yet. Spring is beginning here.
Thanks for all the encouragement, re the wood shavings!Lisa, no that isn't Ben in the photo. Ben is a giant in comparison. Paula, woodshavings are great for digging into flower beds, especially around the roses.Kendalee, it has been a little cooler especially at night. Loving the taste of Autumn air!Stevie, it's been very quiet on the monkey front though there was a short skirmish yesterday. I think a young male from a neighbouring troop is trying to take over which is a good thing since it prevents inbreeding but I hate to think of "our" alpha male being hurt. He really is a fine looking specimen.Mansuetude, its the Autumn sunlight that stabs one in the eye early in the mornings. Enjoy your sleep in!
Blogging is so wonderful, sitting in my living room, I'm beginning to know you and even go to the market with you :) I loved your last 2 pictures. What a privilege it would be to see you work in person.