Alongside a renewed commitment to updating this blog more, I'm taking advantage of having a space of my own to make some art.
In that vein, I'm announcing a new project to share my art with you! I've been printing and cutting and collaging and I have a stack of small art ready to arrive in your mailbox. A couple of dozen lucky friends, supporters, and random folks from the internet should get the first round in their mailboxes any day now.
Watch this space for Sister Nagsters pictures, videos, flyers, and show archives. The image below is of the sisters with Mistress Cherish and Dagon Bytes before their Halloween performance at the Double Door!
A few weeks ago, Dave and I took an impromptu evening hike at Amico Island Park which is actually a peninsula that just out where the Rancocas Creek and Delaware River meet. It's a beautiful park with wide, easy to navigate trails. Small ponds are scattered around the park, but the real stunner is the spot where the two bodies of water meet and you can see across the water to Pennsylvania, people fishing, and tons of water fowl.
The closest state park to our new house is Black Run Preserve. Last November, they sponsored a trail hike with guides sharing the history of the area, the unique ecosystem, and the flora & fauna of the area.
Last week I posted the first part of our adventures exploring Rancocas State Park. After we turned the corner from the ruins that I shared at the end of that post, we found this much more intact abandoned log cabin. Covered in graffiti and left to be retaken by the woods, it was clearly a really cute cabin when it was built -- 1950 if the stone in front is accurate.