When the Roberts family owned the Basecamp, Dick built a workshop as a place to finish projects of his own and focus on his varied interests. Several years ago, Kim and Steve happily realized the many opportunities the space provides, and thus, a new project was born at Basecamp.
|Even Mica the dog|
tried to get in on the action
Andy demonstrating the
proper grouting technique
|New skill: mixing colors for plaster|
|Dan helped us lay tiles and Methow River Rocks|
|Swirls of tile started the mosaic|
Kim and Steve led the group in problem solving throughout the entire experience, and the flooring was no different. With some help from friends and neighbors, and the drive for completion, the classroom was finished just in time for Susan Prichard's presentation on native insects of the Methow Valley on last Thursday!
|Thursday's group gathered for Susan's presentation|
With the lighting dimmed for her slideshow, it felt so satisfying to see lecturing and learning happening in the refinished Classroom.
Here's to much more learning, and laughter all year long.
Happy New Years!