Getting Restless Again

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MyMoose on Fracnis Bay Beach St. John old friend Monica from Woodstock in Western Maine (Earth and Fire Pottery)  makes these stoneware moose. The one on Blue is intended to be a  shelf-sitter,  but I could not resist making it into a hood ornament. Right now that tiny mug Moose is holding is full of ice and snow, but look out come spring. Note: Monica  also makes real mugs just like the one Blue Moose is holding. Moose has traveled pretty wildly himself, you can see him in a different posture on the right. This time he’s on the beach at Francis Bay, St. John, US Virgin Islands.

 

One comment on “Getting Restless Again

  1. I’m so glad you’re getting back to writing on a regular – semi?- basis! You have a gift for it and I look forward to reading your posts. 😉

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