Have you ever wondered what the road looks like at 5:30 on a Friday morning in summer? I never have. Never wanted to know. But it’s beautiful. This weekend was the Anacortes Arts Festival, and I was invited to participate in their new “Ink Alley” feature, with some other equally hip vendors. This little festival is a hidden gem in the Northwest – I’ve lived here my entire life, with the festival happening just an 80 minute drive away, and had never heard of it until they asked me to participate.
Y’know how I know it’s only 80 minutes away? I drove up and back, every day, so I could spend the nights at home with my family. I’m tired, and the car has 450 more miles on it than it did on Thursday.
Among the super hip vendors was “Nomad” – this super cute little trailer full of goodies from around the US. They gutted and refurbished the trailer, and had it parked at the end of the street of booths.
Now I want a trailer.
Good luck. And congrats to Mark from Mark Poulin Jewelry who makes some of the most darling charms I have ever seen – he’s last week’s winner.
Going to work on a new project. It’s awesome. Details will come soon.