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a stroll in the countryside

April 9, 2014

a trip to the rural community of Metchosin to see the fibre Art Show Consider the Lilies XII

is always a treat

P1040730the show is held in St. Mary’s church

P1040717the space is interesting

as well as the work on show and for sale

P1040723from a group of 12 twelve artists

P1040722my personal favorite – Emily Carr

P1040716the churchyard is well known for the lilies that bloom in the


  headstones date back to 1873 when the church was built

P1040729then it was on to ‘Chosin Pottery, home and studio of Robin Hopper and Judi Dyelle

P1040754I couldn’t resist this tea bowl by Judi

then a stroll around the garden to see Robin’s wonderful outdoor installations

P1040735what do you think?

P1040736just a few of my favorite things


4 Comments leave one →
  1. April 9, 2014 6:56 pm

    Lovely to see Spring. We are in Autumn here.


  2. Marion permalink
    April 9, 2014 3:59 pm

    I love see in blog Jean…you are an inspiration to me.

    This reminded me that we talked about you coming to the Cowichan Valley countryside for a visit. Lots going on at the farm….donkeys, chickens and soon we’ll have a couple of goats…hope you can come soon.



    • April 9, 2014 4:07 pm

      Hi Marion – I tried emailing you regarding tea and tell last month and it came back to me. have just returned from KbyN to get your phone # from Ryan. What a coincidence. Are you weaving? I would love to come up and see you and the spring babies. let me know what is convenient for you, I’m pretty flexible. Have just finished a class, studio tour is April 26-27 then I’ll think about an early summer class. So happy to have the correct email address. Jean 🙂


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