WHY? Because LL and her Fishboy are there!over 4 years ago
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on a day that couldn’t decide to be rainy or sunny, during a brief bit of bright sunlight, my fiance and I decided to drive up to Orcas Pottery. We followed the signs and pulled onto the turnoff.
The dense trees cast us in shadows almost immediately. I admired the thick tufts of fern, the fallen logs and damp rocks with bright green moss growing on them. As we got further and further up the road, the area was getting darker and darker. It was like being in a dark, scary, enchanted forest. At any moment, we thought we would be on the set of a real life horror movie.
We decided NOT to get out of the car, and as we headed past what looked like quick-sand in the parking lot, or at least a very giant muddy puddle, I started teasing my fiance by saying “I’ll grind your bones to make my pottery” and laughing like a storybook evil witch.
It was awesome! ;)over 6 years ago
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