Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Heading home, always home

They say if you don't have a home in your heart
you will never feel at home. Crossing this country
my eyes feel constantly at home. God this is
a fantastically gorgeous land. In a couple of
days I'll have time to show you what I've seen --
meanwhile just shout out wow, over and over
like you mean it, and you'll get the feeling. If you've
never done the drive from Quebec to Nova Scotia,
you are missing some serious beauty. Landscape
artists get out here!

I drew a little drawing last night in a diner.
I hope you're painting and drawing like fury.
Got to go haul water, and stoke that fire. Kidding.
It's hot today, but won't be kidding tonight when the
cold evening temperatures hit. Figuring out how
to paint with limited water is the next challenge.
Not too bad.

And then of course there's dinner.

Have an enjoying the joys of the day day.


eldon warren said...

Wow!! What a beautiful world this can be.I'm a rubber necker too. Much to the dismay, sometimes, of my wife when she's riding along. Poor girl, I've probably worried several years off her life.

Barbara Muir said...

Hi Eldon,

Thanks so much. Steven does most of the driving, so I can feast my eyes as much as I want. And believe me I did.

Take care,


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