It was another beautiful day in Chiang Rai. At times there were signs that looked like it might rain, but by the afternoon there was plenty of sunshine. We actually went in the pool today.
Our ‘Zany Day’ tune this week was “Wake Me, Shake Me” by The Coasters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EdpcWzRePA Now it’s time for ‘Old School Friday’. This one may not be as old as some weeks, but we need something everybody knows (Yea). “What you want, baby, I got it. What you need, do you know I got it? All I’m askin’ is for a little __ when you come home (just a little bit). Hey baby (just a little bit) when you come home….”
Hint: It’s something everybody wants. Some earn it, some don’t. Hmm.
This morning we went on another adventure to the north of town, this time Blue went with us. At Todd’s Factory we took photos of Lisa work that’s being framed, and strolled around snapping more pics of the grounds. Then it was off to Doy Din Dang again for coffee and conversation. Blue mentioned an outdoor museum in Japan and it set off a whole thread of conversation. Tamiko told us about an island in Japan that is full of museums and how it began. She also explained that the whole country is full of museums, even small towns. We got quite a history lesson. All this while sitting among trees and plants, feeling a cool breeze. Next week I’ll share pics from the visit.
Tomorrow evening we’re going to a violin concert at Art Bridge. The soloist, Tonoi, is a young man we’ve known since we first got here. He has been studying in France for several years and will be returning there in about a month. He has matured into an excellent musician and we enjoy his performaces. It will also be a chance to get together with the art crowd.
Today’s photos are from ‘Morning at Todd’s’. The young monk amongst the trees caught my eye first, and then I ran across the two ‘teen elephants’ hanging out (555).
Sunday morning we are leaving town early for a drive down to Chiang Mai. The primary purpose it to deliver half of the work to the gallery for Lisa and Joe's October exhibit. We’ll also visit our chiropractor. We will return on Monday. Of course, there will be the traditional pie stop on the highway.
Have a Wonderful WeekEnd. Time for the ‘Funnies’.