And of course, I may well add new photos to the album in March and April, when I'm in Israel and Italy. Assuming I remember to post to Flickr. I've gotten pretty bad about that lately . . .
Anyway, if you want something to read, go check out the past posts I link to above. Today, it'll just be photos. (And as always, click on the photos to view them large and on black.)
|Look at the far end of the left-hand bench.|
|It moves around. Here it is on the far end of the right-hand bench.|
|Now it's in at the near side. Soon it will be in the Zendo.|
|These tools keep the Zendo tidy.|
|When you go to the Zendo toilet, you can bow to this niche.|
|See if you can spot the context for this one further on.|
|If you go back to the first picture, |
you will see this guy in the lower right corner.
|Zendo entrance verandah|
|There must have been a new tenken master, because|
these instructions are not usually there.
|Even the woodpile gets a little Buddha.|
|The week's menus for guest meals.|
|Swimming pool: the hillside had burned right|
down to the pool area the year before.
|The Narrows: swimming au naturel.|
|Entrance to the bathhouse (hot spring fed):|
women to the right, men to the left.
|Many lovely places to sit and . . . well . . . just sit. Isn't that enough?|
|Mary's arm; our yurt curtain; soft light.|