One last adventure in Victoria before heading home…
|The view from the ferry between Salt Spring to Victoria.|
I have been inspired to try some other clothing patterns once I get home and I think my squid will get some t-shirt ties like Lynn had put onto one of her squids. Thank you for the inspiration!
Todays's quote of the day, "Abruptly, sophisticatedly, colorfully, and conspicuously there are some people who handle it effortlessly." -Misao Jo
As a gift, I brought Lynn a little painting that I did inspired by her weaving last Sunday.
Lynn was a great tour guide today. We went to a couple small shops that sold artwork made by local artists, Picot and Forge. At Picot, Britt had her Saori loom out in the shop and and some of her woven pieces for sale.
We had lunch at a restaurant called Nourish which had fresh, gluten free foods. It was in a renovated old house with high ceilings, but it was the sticks covered with moss on the window sill that caught our attention…
Our woven clothing caught the attention of our waitress. Hopefully she will be a new Saori weaver at some point soon...
Then we headed to the water. As Jacqui Bonwell had said at the Chakra Cleanse I attended back in the fall, "In times of transformation, go and sit by the water." It has been nice to visit the water in one way or another almost every day while here. Today we walked the Breakwater at Ogden Point. The view was beautiful.
What a great way to end a fantastic week full of creativity and adventure!
Feeling free, now I am headed home. Thank you for an amazing week.