2006-08-31

767. Summer Dreams

snacks and comics
in a pail lifted up...
tree house

[Notes]

11 comments:

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I miss having a tree house -- I live in the house that I grew up in and the land next to me used to be empty. I know look into my neighbor's back yard and see old peaces of wood hanging in her tree that I put there 30 or so years ago.

Tim S said...

This captures so much, so economically. I want to go bsck in time and visit that tree house as a child!

floots said...

never had a tree house
but
this captures it so well that
I WANT ONE NOW :)

Pat Paulk said...

Vaughn you're really spinning out some good stuff here. Maybe you're the one that needs to be putting together a book. I would buy one!!

Natalia L. Rudychev said...

Charming! I feel nostalgic.

Masago said...

Andrew: Wow, I'd ask the neighbour if you could retrieve one of the boards (for sentimental reasons).

Tim: Thanks...please share your experiences if you do.

Floots: ;-) Wish I had completed one of the ones I'd started.

Pat: Thanks buddy...your words are encouraging, maybe someday we could actually put out a couple of chap books.

Natalia: Thanks.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

She would let me do that, but my neighbors think I'm weird enough already. :)

Collin said...

Hey Vaughn, I've got to agree with Pat here. Great stuff, it seems you've found a connection with nature that a lot of us (myself included) are still looking for.

polona said...

lovely!

Tikkis said...

Old tree
carefully strengthens
its roots

Masago said...

Andrew: No pain, no gain. :-)

Collin: Thanks for your kind words.

Polono: Thanks,

Tikis: Ah, from the tree's perspective.