Rewild Skillshare 6.30.12

Yesterday at Rewild Camp we congregated around piles of leather to work on some shoes, quivers, and a wallet. A few folks also attacked some obsidian and glass to hammer out arrowheads. The shoemaking proved to be a time consuming endeavor so most of us left without a finished product, but a good headstart, nonetheless.

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2 Responses to “Rewild Skillshare 6.30.12”
  1. Rix says:

    What kind of pattern were you using for the shoes? It looks airy. Can you share the pattern?

  2. Fiona says:

    City sanitation tends to be a bit srirquely when it comes to dead animals. Once we found a dead poodle in our front yard. After having no luck finding an owner, we (that would be my husband) put it in a plastic bag and left it at the curb. It was yard trash pick up day, so we figured it would be no problem. Apparently we were wrong. I called the city, they said the call animal control, who blew it off. Finally, through one of my Facebook friends I got the number of the guy in charge of all city sanitation. After lots of badgering, he sent someone out to get the bag and just as they arrived, the dog’s owner showed up to claim it. What gives? So glad your father was around to take care of it. Definitely worth a trip for some ice cream![]

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