The Trash Bash, which was the name of the opening for the Trash Art show, throbbed with live music. The perfect weather made it all even more festive. A look inside at the art showed everything from a resting horse made of old fencing wire to a "painting" which was actually a very weathered piece of plywood, once painted, which had ridden the waves of the ocean for a long time. Truly found art. There was rusty metal sculpture as well as several permanently decorated cars and much more.
Here, it is among the most beautiful springs I can recall....a true spring, not an extension of endless winter rain, cold and dreariness, but one of warm days, cool nights, showers and sun. The dogwoods are floating their palm-sized flowers throughout the woods, and their currently leafless branches make the flowers seem unsupported, adding to their dramatic effect. Fragrant lilacs are blooming as are the breathtaking rhododendron, wisteria and azaleas. Color and scent are everywhere.