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Sorry Bordello, but some are on walkers and a cane but what a fabulous week we had!!
If any of you come to Maine and go to Bar Harbor take the time to go across the bay to Winter Harbor. and Schoodic point. hardly any people and the views and the water is hard to describe. they treated us right this week. it is an old Navy base that has been decommissioned and turned into a convention center. lodging is on the old apartments all fully furnished. we lacked nothing but more time to enjoy it. the food was top rate. not fancy but good home cooked. not Sysco or portion packed LOL hot popovers, blueberry scones and more was our break time snacks. dinners were poached salmon with dill sauce and roasted mushroom soup. lobster dinner was one night and they made homemade blueberry pies. our camp store was right by the kitchen so I could see and small all they were doing. even home made cookies and we got the rejects lol.
here are a few pics of the place and the rugs. we had three teachers there and they each had about 15-20 in their class. they did all different styles of work and it was amazing watching these rugs come to life.
the dining room
there were 6 stone sculptors there for 6 weeks and this is the one girl carver and the computer image of what she hope to be able to do with the stone she is working with