We held a geodesic dome building workshop. The dome used 75
pieces of EMT and had a diameter of almost 20 feet. The dome was
constructed using hand tools in a few hours. Later it served as
the location for "Dome Party 2002" as we enveloped a mini-van,
turned on the dome light, and blasted the stereo.
We paid a short visit to a full-sized replica of Stonehenge. This
strange monument is built of concrete and is the final resting
place of 1930's eccentric millionaire Sam Hill.
Some folks went to the Maryhill Museum on
Saturday to see painter James Lavadour speak. The museum also
has a fine collection of chess sets, live peacocks, and Romanian
Here's the original
announcement that describes the field trip.