Last weekend I spent a few days on the beautiful south Oregon Coast. We had gorgeous accommodations at Bay Point Landing in Coos Bay in a modern cabin set right on the bay. There was fog and campfire in the morning and evenings and sun during the daytime. Both full days that we were there were spent entirely outside exploring. The first day we had a big hike, 7 plus miles. So the following day was more meandering and taking it slow. We stumbled upon a lighthouse from 1870 and were able to go to the top to experience the amazing engineering that was developed. Next we stopped along the Sixes River where I found a driftwood graveyard. Before long my arms were full with all the pieces I had gathered and was already mentally planning the weaving I would do with each carefully collected stick. I am so inspired by nature and finding these beautiful smooth white washed pieces of wood was a major treat. Be on the lookout for new weavings soon!