I spent a good deal of time quilting Max’s baby quilt. This is the last community baby quilt in the queue. I am looking forward to closure on that. Next up was a new batch of oven mitts. I came close to quilting about 45” x 70” of mitt fabric, but I am not quite there yet. Here is the momma moose of the neighborhood. Notice how much taller she is than the boat behind her. Here are her twins. It is dip netting season on the Copper River. Everyone is in search of the tasty Copper River Salmon including the seagulls. On our way back to McCarthy, we saw two moose on the McCarthy Road. I think this one was as curious about us as we were about him. I attended a two day Field Sketching Workshop with Kristin Link at the Wrangell Mountains Center. I had been hoping to do this for years. As you can imagine, it is easy to be inspired by this landscape. I’m really excited about the work I generated from the experience. Summer Solstice was celebrated with music at the bar. This town knows how to boggie down. Check out the light in the window. The photo was taken close to midnight. The baby robins in our wood shed have left the nest. The parents encouraged them on. They sure are funky little critters. We will miss them. I hope your Solstice was a good one!