In a mixture of seriousness and hilarity, the 2012 fall season wrapped a couple of weeks leaving us all well fed and fingers a little dirtier. Here are some pictures of those three days-
This work was a tree a fir mountain in Canada. This was the original facade.
New elected frontal season.
And after the work of Bob. It was a fun project tree with the key branch moved from behind the trunk to the right side.
Naturally, students imitate their teachers, and unfortunately this includes irreverence. Howard triumphed over all with this shirt, suggesting several possible conclusions:
1.’d had a tough morning and will not take any! # $ ^ & De nadie
2. impishness is a character trait matte, and that usually does not give a rat’s ass
3. He is from Chicago
there’s always something that seems to need fixing in the seasonals. Seasonals had a back pair of glasses that need fixing, and this time it was my hand. Luckily, it was specifically immobilized by surgeons using completely inadequate seasonal tape and rubber bands. You do lose some waving a club so about authority, although I have a hard time keeping a straight face around these students of all Americans dumb-2 forms and 3 Canadians love Gosh. Thanks Ed, Howard, Ray, Bob and robust Roger for once again facing the seasonals, where you never know what will happen that is not something that is likely to break, and may have nothing to do with bonsai.
This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2012/11/24/photos-and-stories-from-the-fall-seasonal/