Saturday, July 15, 2006

A place to bead

How about this for a place to bead? Not bad. This is the beautiful coast of California at Cambria. There is a small State Park there where my friend and I like to go and work on our
beading projects. It's peaceful and sunny most of the time. Even when it's foggy, it's a great place
to bead. You can't beat the views. This trip we went just to get away from the hot San Juaquin Valley weather (105). It was in the mid 60's while we were there. We discovered Paula Radke's shop in Morro Bay this trip. We plan to take a class there later this month.
This headland kept disappearing in the fog while we were there. We watched otters playing in the bay. There were lots of people in kayacs out in the ocean. Of course the gulls kept us company. Posted by Picasa

1 comment:

Heather Cervantes said...

Arline, I can't wait to go here with you. I just started looking at your blog site and I have seen your amazing work up close. I am so excited I met you because you are the key to opening up a whole new world of artwork and personal expression through bead embroidery. I have a lot to bead about and I can't wait to learn!
Thank you! and we are going to have so much fun. It's amazing how therapeutic beading is and I can almost hear those waves and smell that salt air.
I can't wait!