Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Cache Valley Gardener's Market is a Joy

Granddaughter's first pottery. I'd buy it--wouldn't you?? She played house with it as well as ate dinner off of it.

As you know I love to hike. This week's hike was Stump Hollow up Logan Canyon. We were the only ones on the trail except for a bike rider.

I know I always include flowers whenever I can. A typical Indian Paint Brush

The man I love

Notice the insects. What are they?

View from the trail.

Pale yellow Indian Paint Brush

Tiny aspens

A natural sculpture

Scouts work--love it!

More scouts' work

My stuff
I've loved doing the Cache Valley Gardener's Market whenever I can. It's every Saturday into October at Merlin Olsen Park. I had a group of great scouts from Paradise 1st ward. I also was able to make some beautiful pottery with my three-year-old granddaughter. Her pottery turned out so beautiful and it was fun to see her insist on eating her hamburger on her new plate even though it didn't fit! And drink milk out of her new cup. I enjoy seeing the joy on a child's face when they can create something with their own hands. Here's some examples of my newest work and pottery made by children.

1 comment:

  1. What a wonderful grandma you are. Such memories you are making and sharing your talents. I want to be a good grandma...but goodness what can I talent can I share? You're great!