Smithsonian Folklife Festival

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  1. I like the contrast between the “folklife” mesh and the mesh in front of the porta-johns.

    If you’re in town and want to do something this weekend, let me know!

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  2. Thanks, Peter. Actually, to me, it’s all folklife.

    I’m back home now; it was an all-too-brief visit. Maybe next time.

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  3. All things weir and wunnerful…sweeeeet texture fiesta here!

    BTW, thanks for your “attagal” — can’t wait until I have tales to tell from the New Adventure.

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  4. Wonderful photos. I’m looking at that top one and thinking, “wow, how can anyone squat down like that AND weave a basket?” I’m sure my ankles and calves would be rebelling within a couple of minutes or so.

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