|Sunset during a forest fire, as seen from the patio. |
|The hike to Blue Lake|
We (specifically the out-of-towners, namely the actors and me) also began getting to know people in town, most of whom made clear they were looking forward to seeing what we accomplished. My favorite example: at one point Isaiah (Mitch) got pulled over because of a burned-out headlight. Once their business was completed, the sheriff asked what brought him to the area and when he learned about the play, he got rather excited. He loved the book, apparently, and promised he come see the show (I'll have to ask if he showed up).
|One of my outdoor offices.|
|Another sunset viewed from the patio. Yes, there's a plastic lawn goose in the sage.|
|On the way to 30 mile (?)|
|Still Another Sunset as seen from the patio. This became a ritual for me. In case you hadn't noticed.|
|Approaching Storm, same viewpoint.|
|My house and the town of Twisp|
For another artist's thoughts on some of these same issues, stop by friend Jeff's blog right here, if you haven't already.