The canopy over the picnic table was hung by rope lines from trees, to keep rain from the 2 burner camp stove and eating area. But we really enjoyed life by bringing little folding chairs upon which to lounge around a campfire (even if it was in a designated metal box.
|My youngest son, Tai, enjoying his selection of reading material...I wonder what it was...|
I would spend some of my vacation when Tai was out of school camping. If we were able to, we'd meet my middle son, Russ, and he'd join us for a camp-out. He loved showing Tai things in nature!
Sepia Saturday (HERE) suggestion this week is about ropes and patterns, and I think I've linked to that, not to mention the thought of how clothes and towels would have trouble drying when out camping!
Woman Hanging Laundry from Tenement Porch. Manchester, New Hampshire (1936) New York Public Library Digital CollectionOur theme image this week comes from the on-line digital collection of the New York Public Library. What immediately appealed to me about the image was the geometry of it and you may want to provide examples of lines and angles within pictures from your own collections. There again you may want to display your dirty washing in public - as ever the choice is yours. Simply hang your stuff out on or around Saturday the 29th April 2017.
Today's Quote in thinking about things drying...
Dryness promotes the formation of flower buds...flowering is, after all, not an aesthetic contribution, but a survival mechanism.
Ann Haymond Zwinger