This cool plant which I later painted.
So this is the coldest session at Blue Lake I've ever had. I packed for sweltering heat but today was around 50 degrees Fahrenheit. My original pullover wasn't warm enough so I bought the smallest zip-up sweatshirt they had. I also forgot to bring long pajama pants. On several occasions, I wore my formal uniform maxi-skirt to bed.
Yesterday, I bought an international postage stamp and it was round and I thought that was cool.
The camp store was famous for it's "rice cream", vegan (and misleadingly soy) ice cream. This year, they changed it to a more-expensive actual ice cream and added a sundae option to their menu. It was good.
There's a tree than leans over one of the paths. People leave dry cereal at its trunk or else it eats the younger campers.
The generic dry cereal at breakfast is somehow better than name brand cereal. I have to find these somewhere.
I hope you enjoyed this! I'm going to go huddle for warmth now.
***Hey everyone! I've returned from an internetless place. It's my favorite place in the world, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Muskegon, Michigan. It's...um... very rustic.
Little Blue Lake. No joke, we once found a cactus growing on the ground in the lower right corner. Cacti don't grow in Michigan.
The porch connected to the fiber arts building. It's fun to sit out here, but super procrastinative.
The elusive reverse-centaur unicorn.
An HD photo of a moth to give everyone just a little bit of mottephobia.
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