Jefferson, TX ~ Art Installations (2018) by Sherry Owens & Art Shirer, Dallas, TX “The Forest Echoes with Laughter” – A suspended construction incorporating miles of wire and thousands of glass bits. “Oodles of Doodles” – Clay formations hanging from trees. Artwork by Jefferson Elementary School students. “Above and Beyond” – An elevated sightline in two directions using 900 pounds of river rocks.
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Québec, Canada ~ These photos were taken while visiting Parc Boisé du Quai, at the end of Rue-Sainte Anne in the city of Baie-Saint-Paul. We wandered down the only street we could find that would take us to the water. Discovering the park and walking trails was a pleasant surprise. Baie-Saint-Paul has many wonderful restaurants and historic attractions. We just need to brush up on our French, because this is an exclusively French speaking area.