These March blizzard scenes begin to look alike.
Mom, Kent & Sandie visiting all the way from California.
Mom's bedroom floor is finally finished.
April showers bring May flowers.
Some April showers can appear ferocious.
Distant view of Wingsprings from the east ridge.
Wet mastincala: wonder what is on her/his mind?
Pretty purple picture of the distant Butte.
Water drainage immediately south of the house was a problem.
A rabbit persistently dug this hole; and I diligently kept filling it back in.
Plum blossoms in the draw west of the wicoti.
Dramatic sunset sky.
The sloped cabin ceilings were finished with T&G over the vapor barrier.
Demoed the curved stem wall so it wouldn't interfere with the south porch floor.
Concrete "footings" with exposed I-bolts improved the tipi hold-downs.
Distant view looking west toward the wicoti and headquarters.
The first summer workshop included two musicians.
The workshop season would not be complete without a rain storm.
The second summer workshop on a day-trip away from Wingsprings.
View to the west from just inside the gate at the road.
Idyllic wicoti [camp] view.
Workshop #3 sitting in the shade, t-a-l-k-i-n-g.
Oh boy! This storm really looked dangerous, and was. But not at Wingsprings.
A burrowing owl atop the brace post of the gate.
First naming ceremony conducted at Wingsprings.
These special ladies organized their own workshop.
The shadow pattern on the canvas covering is fascinating.
Kent, Mom, Lisa, Lynn and Harvey.
Sister Dicksy, Harvey, Mom and Harvey.
Liners removed, doors in foreground rolled up; tipis about to be taken down.
The hot and lazy "rabbit days" of last August.
Initial dirt work for a garage [turned into weeks and weeks of work].
Pouring footings for the garage and library additions.
The concrete crew was top-notch.
Preparing for a concrete veranda in front of the cabins.
Another rainbow picture looking east from the north door of the house.
Pouring the west end of the veranda.
Poured a stem wall/footing around the perimeter of the cabins.
The central patio connects the veranda [left] and south porch [right].
The "green" slab of the library extends from the north door of the house.
Preparing to pour the garage floor.
Looking east across the wet concrete at the crack concrete crew.
Mom supervising the pouring of the garage slab.
Floor composition: 2" rigid insulation, 1/2" heating tubes, rebar, concrete.
Labor-saving fencing machinery.
This sure beats using old-school post hole diggers.
Shocking to see, but Kenny has to cut control joints into the slabs.
Looking back toward the house from along the new northwest fence line.
Dramatic shadows and a nearly full moon rising.
The beginning of the first walking trail from the wicoti to the springs.
Looking northeast from the springs area.
Tipi poles and interesting clouds.
Frost-covered grass this early December morning.
The hole issue is still a stalemate going into its second year.
Artsy picture of tipi framework.
Gentle curves, terrestrial and celestial.
Interesting drifted snow pattern south of the headquarters.
Looking west-northwest toward Wingsprings.
Looking northwest toward Bear In The Lodge Creek in the middle ground.
Icy reflection of the "turtle pond."
Cold and hazy distant view of Wingsprings.
Two eagles: Run Rabbits!
Frost on the trees and tall grass, but not the short grass.
Snowdrift pattern off the western corner of the library slab.
Continuing the annual winter brush burning.
Dennis made this beautiful dragonfly that hangs in the kitchen's west window.
Pushing snow with the bobcat bucket. Notice all the rabbit tracks?