It’s a beautiful autumn in the Adirondacks

This is a view from the deck of our gallery.  The large red maple is about 150 years old, every year it causes cars to stop, people pile out taking photos and they move on to the next scene.

This weekend is always considered the end of the summer season.  Now we gear up for the Holidays and then the winter solitude and creative times in the studios.

Sue always has orders to fill it seems and she still manages to make pottery and sculpture for her gallery.  This is an order of mugs for Mountain Lake TV, they give them away as donation incentives.  Sue has had a relationship with them for 25 plus years.

The season was average and that is good, we like average these days.

I’m framing and matting and trying to catch up on putting my work up in the gallery and soon I will be working on new towers and books.
10_12_lakeThen the other thing I’ve been doing is taking wonderful morning hikes.  You can’t beat the Adirondack lifestyle.