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E needed a break from all the Stimulus Grants, so we joined her parents in Santa Fe for a mini-vacation. Her parents rent a lovely adobe house that had belonged to an artist who died young- the family still owns the house and rents it out. We did the Santa Fe shuffle through the art scene, went to some great Anasazi ruins, and E & I slept out on the porch and every night it rained and thundered. a perfect reset button.

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The fish are schooling in the median of 2100S / 1300 East on the eastern border of Sugar House in Salt Lake City. The prior school of fish swim toward this group three blocks to the West. I resolved issues of manipulating the mold with the foundry, and this group is more dynamic than the first- which is good since they are smack in the middle of traffic and swimming toward the pond in Sugar House park. They are placed at car window height, and the L turn lane gets a nice slow drive past them- the City is already getting positive feedback.

 

 

 

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