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01 February 2010

Danby Mountain

Danby Mountain 6x8 oil on Raymar panel

I know it seemed as if I'd disappeared. I've been having a blast teaching kids how to ski on Bromley Mountain. Then recovering from teaching kids how to ski on Bromley Mountain. Then psyching myself up to enjoy teaching kids to ski.............etc. The past two days of teaching were below 8 degrees, so besides teaching, the instructors have to keep a sharp eye out for frostbite. I don't really think that makes for a very good or fun experience for the kids, but amazingly, most seem to enjoy their days. I, on the other hand, enjoy the end-of-day soak in a tub of hot water (not to be confused with a hot tub). And today, after countless weeks of wiping every painting, I'm posting a new one. Perhaps the freeze is over.
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Jill Berry said...

Great painting!
& yes, I did wonder if you fell off a blog-cliff...
so u r making the best of cold country.

Your show looked awesome~
the boat theme!!
& the still-lifes too.
Terrific presentation!

Nina said...

Yay! You're back!

Is this the view a few hundred feet up the road from your house? I like it!


Dale Sherman Blodget said...

Hi Jill, good to hear from you and thanks! I like your Facebook page and am impressed by its organized look.
Hi Nina, good to hear from you, too! And yes, you recognized the final climb before the road levels out at Staples Farm. Thanks!

Melanie Sherman said...

That isn't near the electric fence, is it?

Glad you are back.

Dale Sherman Blodget said...

LOL. No, Mel. The long gone electric fence.

Nina Rochette said...