IVS booth. This was the first year we took credit cards at the booth. It was nice to see repeat customers. It was also great being able to bring our clothing rack and 2 grid display stands without the worry of shipping.
PACCIN. Next to him is our friend Liz who has launched a non-profit called Indigo Arts Alliance that makes grants to people, not just conservators, to help fund professional development.
Booth sitting occupied two days but we had help and were able to get away during that time to see talks, and the day after our booths closed there were still sessions going so we were both able to attend presentations we wanted to see. It was amazing how fast the time went. We didn't really have a chance to see much around Albuquerque.
On the way back we decided it was better to get out once in a while, not just at the gas station. We stopped at the dinosaur, Indian, petrified wood trading post.
Here's Oli being a good dog.
And misc, this is a quilted notebook cover I made as a graduate present for a student I helped with her thesis.
While driving through Arizona we sang along to the Eagles song about standin' on a corner. Yay for satellite radio.