We headed over the river (creek) and through the woods to Zephyr Farm for Thanksgiving dinner.
I had some bad thoughts while carrying this pumpkin pie about whose face I could throw it in. “Wait for the whipped cream,” Joe said. “I don’t really like pumpkin pie. If it was apple I wouldn’t even be thinking this,” I answered.
We all picked up our Davin Butterfield plates and spun them to better appreciate their spiral designs. We were impressed with Katherine’s new window extension allowing for the biggest table setting ever.
I took this picture for my 5 year old grandson Bryce because he’s really into gold forged weapons right now. Too bad they were only spoons and not forks or knives.
There was nothing trifle about the trifle. It was the triflest.
Good to the last drop.
Next up 16 Hands Studio Tour at my house with my son Josh Copus and guest artist Joey Sheehan and at studios throughout the county. Come on out Friday – Sunday.