There and Back Again
Constance, Eugenia, Min and Gráinne accompanied the Quimper Hitty human on a trip to Oregon last week. On the way there we stopped at Crescent Lake on the Olympic Peninsula. Gráinne was all set to rig the quilt as a sail and shove the basket into the water for a little turn around the lake. Min was very enthusiastic about the idea, but cooler heads prevailed, and we carried on by car.
When we got to Oregon, Gráinne clambered on rocks with her friend Birch, Constance picked wild strawberries, Min played with the denizens of the shore, Eugenia visited with her old friend Carline, and the human waved sharp implements about until a couple of new girls appeared. The middle two in this picture are hers, completed with grateful thanks for the many advisings, demonstratings, and helpings of tc vollum, who made the outer two girls. The Jelutong girl with the barrette is pretty happy to be so nearly finished, though the Plane Tree girl was such hard wood to carve that completion of her legs on this trip was not possible.
We were all very excited to spot a pod of Orcas from the ferry as we steamed Northward and back again to Quimperland!
tc vollum has a delightful weekly series featuring her dolls Ellen and Pink. Click here for a peek at their latest adventure!