Yesterday afternoon, around 2:30 which is almost closing time for the market, a huge storm came sweeping down the lake and directly into our pavilion. Fortunately I saw it coming and got the vulnerable unpackaged cards put away and some of the more wobbly displays, and our esteemed market manager came by with a giant tarp to throw over the rest of my display. It was pretty spectacular though, tons of water coming in sideways and vendors scrambling to get their wares under cover.
Otherwise, it continues busy here, and summer (such as it is) is flying by. My nieces from Oregon are visiting for 2 weeks, and we're having a good time. Getting blueberries in the freezer. A lot of card orders have been coming in (hurrah!), and I have a couple of biggish freelance projects on tap.
Here's a photo from California, blue skies with puffy clouds to balance out Ithaca's low grey ceiling.