Maria hung out with the humans, listening? hearing what she needed. Only she knows.
Adults sitting with their eyes closed, or minds in the story. I saw this often as I looked under the tent.
These were the first folks to arrive for story. We have seen them before here at The Safety Pin Cafe.
There were two canine story fans.
Liz, and Mark and Sophia a couple who we just met who live on Whidbey, sometimes, and in other places, too. From them we learned of something called 'Couch Surfing' ... we have to investigate. Travelers hook-up with people who have a place, a space to offer to land/spend the night.
No money is exchanged!
Have you heard of 'Couch Surfing?"
This young boy came with a snail that he was very, very surprised to discover was still at home.
Prescott reading a chapter from Feed the Land, about what happens when Hares deal with orange growling machines.
And to conclude the day of story telling and story reading, Angie Hart read from the newly written medicine story Feed the Land, a story written especially for the 'prairie front' the Tilth.
That is all, there is no more. Ho, ha, and so the stories went ...