Return from the wilderness

I went fishing up at Bass Lake, in the beautiful pine covered mountains to the East of the central valley of California, with my son’s scout troop of sixteen boys. We were all crammed into two small chalets beside the lake. It was a zoo! Everyone caught a fish and the boys took home three rainbow trout each, and all of them caught at least one fish. I plan to barbeque my share tomorrow afternoon, and I’ve invited my colleagues to join me. I can’t think of a better way to start the new semester!

By the way, I caught some whoppers… awesome fishing. Wow, I’m tired.

I dropped into the studio this evening to put gear away and to take a look at the work I did before I left. I’ll work on the face of the Geomantic Man again tonight after I’ve had a chance to take a shower. 

I hope that everyone has enjoyed their holiday weekend as much as I have. A new world begins tomorrow. President Obama! 

About pearce

Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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