I've just arrived at a retreat for three weeks--this is at the Lillian E. Smith Center for the Creative Arts. I've spent most of the day getting the space I'll be staying in organized--moving suitcases and looms in, going to town for groceries, then going back later to borrow lights and fans from a friend since lighting in the cottage is not conducive to weaving and fans are very necessary for the high 90˚ temperatures we're having here in north Georgia.
I have two specific tasks to deal with, as I mentioned in an earlier post. Maybe I'll write more about those as the three weeks progress--or maybe not. Internet access is limited to being in the commons room and plugging the DSL connection back up. We have quite a few thunderstorms around here (one just passed through, in fact) and the Director of the Center recommends that we unplug everything when we're not using it.
So here are a few quick views of my space--Peeler Cottage at the Center. I'll take some more shots soon... right now, this is all that I've got.