Bill had quite the variety of gadgets and D.I.Y “brushes” to paint with. From basket domes landing on the Adobe lawn, to bat’s surrounding the Adobe itself.
There were wheels in the sky and ribbons on the rise. We even had a couple of super hero’s or villains battle it out on the grounds.
At one point I asked for volunteer’s to take part in a silhouette painting but nobody wanted to miss out on photographing the fun and colors. (The only reason I didn’t mind is because Glyn was kind enough to trigger my camera for me.) Thank you to Jhoe and Adam for being the brave one’s and starting your new career’s in acting. ;-)
A special Thank You to Jim Rowerdink for making the Andres Pico Adobe available to us. I only wish we had more hours in the night to take photo’s of the Adobe. If you haven’t been to the Adobe it’s worth a separate trip. Be sure and have Jim show you around inside. The Adobe is rich in history and old photo’s.
And of course a big warm Thank You to Bill and the entire Events Committee. Rumor has it they’ll soon be focusing on the up coming Challenge and the next Fstops Event.
- Laura, Events Committee
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