The Treehouse + The Cave

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Saturday, December 10, 2005


Heather Burning Thanksgiving.jpg

Just before driving the last mile to the cabin, and just before dinner to-go from the Red Rooster, we went grocery shopping; $100 to feed five for the weekend. Construction paper was on the list before onions, as Heather wanted to make a banner, leaving it to thank our absent hosts and wish them a happy Thanksgiving when they arrived days after us. She did, cutting each letter of the seventeen in a balanced, blocky style. Unfortunately, the planned application of glitter glue went foul, failing to dry even in front of the fire on the floor. Each letter eventually clung to errant feet, and the project was declared abandoned. She burned them one by one.

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