apparently our group drank 6 times as much coffee as the ordinary dance group they host at Pinewoods Dance Camp. And almost no decaf.
I didn’t catch whose tool basket it was…but there were sights like this all over.
an overall shot of the area outside the dining hall, near the woodpile. I think there was always a crowd and action there.
Wade (right) tried to sneak into our group photo, posing as Derek Sanderson.
That’s how we noticed he was missing. Back row – Dave Fisher, Peter Follansbee, Paula Marcoux, front: JoJo Wood, Jarrod Stone Dahl, April Stone Dahl, Tim Manney, Beth Moen, Jogge Sundqvist, Pret Woodburn, Rick McKee.
Imagine Derek Sanderson, #16.
Our friend Marie Pelletier, as always, shooting the event. Here, getting a group shot of the Wille Sundqvist & Bill Coperthwaite Slojd Fellowhips to Beth Moen & JoJo Wood. Peter Lamb on the left.
she did it again. Beth was always well=behaved.
A highlight for many of us was seeing these guys, who made JoJo look old. A.J., now an old-timer at spoon carving was along with his dad Alex again.
Gabriel from BC here adzing out a bird bowl.
JoJo Wood, of course.
Me & Jogge Sundqvist sat for a couple hours, holding forth about spoons, design, tradition, people…etc.
I made exactly one spoon during the whole event.
thanks to all, attendees, instructors, Plymouth CRAFT board & volunteers, Pinewoods Dance camp crew & staff – Nathan Goodwin for shooting wth my camera, so I had more pictures.
8 thoughts on “3 days of peace, love & Sloyd”
Very jealous , looks like you all had an extraordinarily brilliant time
Greenwood was an incredibly inspiring time, not only for me I’m sure.
“Using your hands is always best.”
“Whatever it is you’re afraid to lose is preventing you from learning.” (Dance people! Dance!)
“This is not my idea!”
Wonderful, inspiring 3 days getting back to reality. Went by way to fast! Thank you Plymouth Craft for all your efforts putting this together.
Pardon my ignorance, who or what is Sloyd?
We had a fantastic time and met some great people. Plymouth Craft and the Instructors can’t be thanked enough. Well worth the 1000+ mile round trip drive!
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