Our Saturday flying field: the John Brown Farm State Historic Site near Lake Placid, right behind the ski jumps for the 1980 Winter Olympics.
The Boreal Trickster delta flys where John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave.
Don Tuff's Brasington delta
Don Tuff sitting on a rock flying his Robert Brasington delta.
Kevin Reynolds takes to the skies too.
Don made this beautiful "Common Rose" papillon for me.
East Branch Friends of the Arts Saturday night reception dinner. One of the quilters shows off her banner handiwork, the fruits of a workshop led by Jeremy.
Another quilter's banner effort.
Jim's back, Peg's side, Tina's front.
Bill admires another banner.
Our wonderful host, and NYKE member, Leslie Shipps (center) helps to hang the quilter's banners.
The quilters and their work.
Kim & Don.
Kim Linehan fashionista.
Keith & Margaret got to stay in this delightfully rustic cabin.
Keith in the parlor of his sleeping digs.
Setting up Sunday morning on Marcy field.
Kevin had the no wind solution: bubbles!
The quilter's banners on display over toward the farmer's market.
The Farmer's Market was quite large and included many crafts vendors as well.
This was probably NYKE's largest bol race. Some thirty bols were available (not all were used).
Jim (left) and Gary (right) 'shoot' the bols.
A "gator assisted" flight of Don's pink octopus.
Kevin's turn fly'n from the gator.
One of the East Branch Friends of the Arts kite projects from 2009.
Jon won both the second and third place drawings.
Our Sunday evening dining companion, a plastic stegosaurus found by Greg. After dinner we returned him to what we thought was his home in a local garden filled with plastic dinosaurs.
The Phelps Cottage.