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June 29

A few more items added to the Sculpture Garden and a sample of an evening with several old buddies, who arrived in the middle of the first monsoon rain of the season.  Just for fun a portrait of Snowball the cat in his newest favorite place to sleep.

Sculpture Garden

ThreeSpirits

Fence Saint

Paintings

Pognog

Kingjog

Birdbog

Skateskog

Monsoon Season

Party Pals

Party Grog

Cat Dish

June 27

The Tools

The Paint

New Old Work 1

Hector

Dragon Cat

Gingabob

Bubbabop

Locopelica

At The Lake

Ruth Swims

The Wadda

34 inches

MTA One

MTA One & Two

MTA Two

Once again it is easier to show pictures than explain my self...perhaps I am the only one who understands, so a little description helps.

From the above collection I have resurrected several old weird bird sculptures which will go to the SCULPTURE GARDEN at IN CAHOOTS.  They are not Ruth's favorite pieces but they have been around for so many years I felt they disserved one final stand.

Sunday we had another day off and this time took the motor bike up to the reservoir at Abique. It looks pretty but I found the worst picnic spot in record. Ruth did not complain once.

Monday we started what will be hopefully a large collection of Madrid's finest tops and bottoms. Ruth has dubbed it as the MTA exhibition, and we will try to have a fair sample of our friend's privates by July 4th.  Use you imagination for the initials.

June 23

I just been looking at an old Scottish buddy's web site http://barrygraham.livejournal.com/ and thought for the few friends scattered around the world who look in my blog occasionally it might be an interesting detour... Barry is on my web links but I wonder who clicks it.

The last few days I have been trying to get as many little pieces together as possible for the SCULPTURE GARDEN  at IN CAHOOTS. Below is some of the action in progress.

InProgress

Double Crucifix

Perfect Love

June 21

Sandia Crest

View West

View South

Rock Flowers

View North

Sculpture Gallery

Courtyard

Elk and Gazelk

Fountain Site

Fenced Yard

Last Sunday we actually took the day off. A motorbike ride up to Sandia Crest was great. Then Monday I went back to finishing the "Sculpture Garden" behind Ruth's In Cahoots Gallery.

This week will be us trying to get the Garden full of work so it looks like an exhibition space.

June 10

Another week rolled by like I am in a coma with small glimpses of reality chips.

Most of what the week was installing  "cat door" which I thought would take one morning.  It turned into 4 full days--one of those construction glitches--you pull one board off and discover the whole wall is crumbling--that board was holding it together...

Once it was done I went up to Madrid and got started on what is going to be the "sculpture garden" in the back yard of IN CAHOOTS. We plan on opening July 4th so a lot of work is to be done.

I finished cleaning the sculpture site, laid out the fence plan, then went over to the Mine Shaft and listened to one of my favorite bands, The Rue Barbs.

Below are the reality chips.

June 5

This month is a whirlwind of stuff.

First was a visit from Ruth's long-time friend, Sherry.

I painted more cats in hats, then a quick stick animal I call a Gazelk.

 Then off  to Las Cruces for a business meeting and on to Tucson  for my niece Tammie's second wedding and a visit with my oldest brother Red and sister Ruby.

Next down to Mexico where Ruth bought several hundred dollars of doo-dad art that will go to her shop. After that we made a quick visit to a Disneyland version of Madrid called Tubac. What can one expect of an "art" village that is nestled between gated golfing communities?

 It was good to get home, where all of our animals were alive and happy to see us.