The day-to-day adventures of an 8-year-old girl growing up in rural Oregon...
Great shots of this place! (Great rule too!)We always say er are going to stop in there when we drive by but never do. We live near Salem so don't get that way often. Thanks for posting! Here is my entry.
A glass blowers shop can be so colorful. Your daughter has grown so much!
wow...that looks so cool. esme looks quite fascinated with the whole thing. and so many breakables, enough to make me nervous. glad you have that one finger rule!
looks like an awesome outing - those tiles ... well, they are amazing!
Love all of your pictures! I want to go on a field trip like that!
what a great time that would be. Very interesting to see how the glass was made. The one finger touch rule I love gives them a chance to be involved but not too much
What beautiful work. I'm always in awe of the gorgeous items some artists can create.
Those are beautiful... however, I think I would have panic attack just thinking of my 2 year old in there!! :o)Happy WW!
We did that also when the kids were young and homeschooled. It was a bit scary being so close to the melting glass but such a beautiful process. Happy WW!
I can imagine the nervousness I would feel in such a place of creative beauty with tiny hands. Thanks for sharing all of the photos... feels like I was there.ToOdLeS.
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