No Two Days of Play are the Same
Each play day unfolds in its own unique fashion. The tone of the day is often set by the first set of players that arrive upon the scene. They leave hints of what is possible to the next set of players who in turn set the trajectory for the next and on it goes through the day. A box is left near a bale of straw, a certain assemblage of tarps and ropes becomes something new and different. It’s like a pot of soup that sits on the wood stove with bits and pieces of the available vegetables being added as the week progresses. At the end of the week the soup is different but there is still that turnip that was part of day one. Here are pictures of our play soup from Sunday at ColorFest.