Every year we head out to Kutztown, PA, to sell radio parts, then to New Jersey to visit Mark’s sister, then to NYC to visit Tim. This year was especially exciting, as our transmission went out. We did manage to limp to a Chambersburg Automatic Transmission in Pennsylvania, where they rebuild the transmission while we rented a U-Haul van and carried on. The Kutztown show
Trying to make rocks ring
Stuff in Tim’s apartment
John Lennon memorial
On the streets of New York
Back to Chambersburg, to pick up the van with a working transmission
Mark and I went up north for a couple of days last weekend. It was a lovely time away, and everything was shrouded in a beautiful fog. Back to reality.
A few photos from our last trip!
is all over South Street in Philadelphia! Mark and I managed a quick trip out east, and got to see a lot of art.
It’s fall, time for the annual trip to Grand Rapids, to see ArtPrize.
Last year’s winner is still on display, Intersections Anila Quayyum Agha.
One of my favorites is outside the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, balancing act by Calvin Babich. Despite bad weather, it was a lovely day with lots of art and food!
Though we didn’t have time to go through much of it, Meijer gardens also has a sculpture park.
Iron Tree by Ai Weiwei
Grand Rapids Arch by Andy Goldsworthy
Long Island Buddha by Zhan Huan
Introspective by Sophie Ryder