Marvin did make it to our hotel in Dripping Springs this morning. It was still raining, but not pouring, and he was able to get out with his truck. The rain was good, he said, because Dripping Springs has been in a major draught. Here are two lifelong friends, still going strong.
Marvin Niebuhr, aka Dr. Conrad, is getting ready for his new show in Austin Texas opening on Tuesday
Here Ross is explaining how he does his watercolors
Yes, the boat is parked right out there, but in Dripping Springs TX the water was coming from above
I think about Marvin often because he helped us build the platform in the yurt. Every time I do a sound healing session in the yurt I feel his skills and love built into the wooden floor. Those of you who have done a session with me – or have worked with Ross – will know what I mean.
Here is your dedicated blogger writing from Fort Stockton Texas, looking forward to hit Santa Fe tomorrow, say hello again to the mountains, listen to the coyotes at night, play my quartz crystal bowls in the yurt – take my coat of and stay awhile.