Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

swimming in waterfalls.

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on Saturday we went for a walk and I had a wee swim in the falls, it was frosty, and probably the coldest outdoor swim i have ever done, I nearly lost my rubbery shoe and would have died of coldness and sharp jaggey rockness within nano seconds. Still, it was invigorating and certainly confirmed status as being alive. It also puts new perspective on me moaning about trying to work in a house under 10 degreesC. brrrrr !
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On tuesday I did some tidying at the treehouse and preparing for training courses over the next 3 months. I needed some help to re hang the door after the heavy rainfall had swollen the wood. Volunteers Terry & John helped out.
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Then i watched some birdies, a noisy flock of sparrows are hanging out in the garden at the moment. they’re not too bothered by me or the dog.
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Then i ran a papermaking class. More about that here.


next i’ll be tutoring dreamcatchers, locational drawing, life drawing, enviromental /site specific/ land art. Plus a cross generational video project.busy busy busy beeeeeee

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Very annoyed at this vandal who's been cutting down trees that don't belong to them in a small copse of trees i walk through everyday. If they're poor and desperate for firewood there's tonnes of felled seasoned logs just 12m away. Or fallen trees blocking paths nearby.  Or other places not far which need thinning out. Some people have no sense of a place, no respect for nature, no regard for the environment or how precious native trees are. I'm going to track them down, i take trees seriously. 😢 🌲💕
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