Saturday, February 12, 2011
Saturday, February 05, 2011
Yesterday was my day off so I drove out Stavis Bay Road and hiked into Guillemot Cove Nature Reserve. On the way back, I stopped at the bridge over Stavis Creek and made this watercolor of the creek flowing into the estuary of Stavis Bay.
It's a lovely place, and there's a parking spot where others have stopped to admire the view. On one end of the bridge is a small sign: "In memory of (name). Her Favorite Place." It's nice to think how she got pleasure from this place, even though she is now gone and I never knew her.
Thursday, February 03, 2011
Last night at the celebration of new ministry for the Rev. Carla Pryne and the Church of the Holy Spirit on Vashon Island, we celebrated the Holy Eucharist; Bishop Greg Rickel presiding at the altar. I made this sketch from my seat in the front pew with the other clergy.
Posted by Bill Fulton at 9:09 PM
Wednesday, February 02, 2011
Tuesday, February 01, 2011
Today I officiated at the internment of Mary Warner, a longtime parishioner of St. Antony's and a lovely person. She is buried with her husband, Charles, in Tahoma National Cemetery. The cemetery is beautifully landscaped, with an undulating drive through grassy areas carved out of the forested hills. After the service, I parked on a side road and made this sketch.