Time for a quick update on what I’ve been doing this summer and fall.
Our office took a boat cruise for employee appreciation day.
I celebrated summer with a barbecue.
I found a flower whose name reflects my disposition.
I took a day trip to explore Wompatuck State Park.
I toured Downeast Cider company, which is located beneath a bridge.
I played minigolf inside the largest arcade in the world.
We biked up to Salem to go exploring.
And explore an old Chinese house.
And visit the beach.
I went to a haunted house. (Technically 5)
I biked to Nahant.
And explored old ruins in Nahant.
And climbed rocks in Nahant.
And tried not to die in Nahant.
And found caves in Nahant.
I explored fake bathrooms at the Museum of Science.
And space ships at the Museum of Science.
I experienced the start of fall.
And went to the Ren Faire.
And saw weird looking people at the Ren Faire.
And looked weird at the Ren Faire.
And picked apples.
And found Charly in a box.
And went for a beautiful hike in the White Mountains.
(My phone automatically made the video, which is why it says “Yesterday.”)
I also started a semester-long bladesmithing class at MassArt. We’re making Damascus steel (pattern welded) knives. I am really, really excited about this class. We’re about halfway through and I am documenting my process. It will be the subject of a separate post once my knife is complete.