Anyway after lunch we finally got down to some business. We were split up and given some tasks. There was power sanding to be done, as well as some recently cooked fibers that needed to be rinsed, bagged, and put in the paper studio fridge. We didn't get all of the sanding done. There is still a giant deckle that needs to be sanded and sealed for pouring enormous sheets of paper. I definitely foresee some paper projects while I am here.
Anyway, after work I ran home grabbed my camera and went on another hike. I NEEDED to share how amazing my morning hike was. It starts here:
Right behind our house.
These are just a stones throw away. That's right, caves!
These blurry caves are actually just beneath a Plateau that will be host to the art farm of the future.
More caves. These were pretty awesome because the temperature dropped as you were walking past them. Natures air conditioning.
Ah the final destination
That chimney there (it's there, look closer)is from the old cement factory that used to be WSW. It sits between our house and the art farm. It seems so far away from here, but is only a 20 minute walk.
This lake is definitely a future swimming destination.
I proceeded to run home as I was mercilessly attacked by mosquitoes. Note to self: Remember to wear bug spray