Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Buddha Garden Weaving Day #2


Did I mention that my daughter in spirit is weaving a rendition of the Dalai Lama's horoscope in Hyderabad India at the very same moment that I am weaving at the Buddha Garden in Montana?

Here is just one of several pictures that she sent me. Isn't it wonderful! We think this is a great way to have a "peace demonstration"
Meanwhile, back in Montana the wind was howling and the rain pouring and people dropped by to watch and to weave. I was glad I brought a turtleneck jersey and socks although it did warm up in the afternoon.
There young weavers.....
And not so young weavers.....
For some reason blogger will only let me upload 5 pictures, so I don't have picture of the woman on the right weaving. Nor did I get to put in an arty picture of the woven part.

The day ended with thunder and more rain followed by a nice rainbow. I wonder what the weather will be like tomorrow. It was a fun and exciting day. I should have no trouble finishing the weaving tomorrow.

A lovely woman from the Ronan newspaper, The Valley Journal, came today and took lots of pictures of me, so I will be in the news. I will put in a link when it comes out on Thursday.

3 comments:

Connie Rose said...

Bonnie, you can only upload 5 at one time. Do 5, post them to the blog, then go right back and upload more. Glad you're having a wonderful time in MT!

Bonnie said...

Thanks Connie, I will give it a try later today. Did you see the picture with your over-dyeing of the recycled cashmere?

Konchog Norbu said...

Thank you so much for being with us, Bonnie. My only regret was that I could only witness the first day. So looking forward to you being in the neighborhood!