Herb and Judy Crosby indulged us with a video of yesterday’s Orono Traveling Art Garden move:
…with the amazing Herb and Judy.
… and I still haven’t gotten to the blackberries.
*OTAG = The Orono Traveling Art Garden
Last night we moved our ever-growing, community sculpture menagerie to what I consider the hub of our town–the Orono Public Library. There was music, there was rain, and a good deal of fun.
Our friend Herb captured the evening nicely in another great video (I particularly enjoy the moment where Tim flips his colorful new sign for the project at minute 2:45):
State Parks are amazing. We need more of them, more support for them and more time for everyone to take advantage of them. Wow. Cobscook State Park in Maine is such a little gem. Of course, you need to be hardy to biting insects, like flies, etc. However, it’s an extremely special place. The tidal shift is gigantic, and the landscape changes dramatically over the course of the day, alternating from a simmable, boatable bay to a massive, sticky, mudflat. The tide changes so quickly, in fact, that you can watch the water level change over just one minute!