art retreats, Cannon Beach, Oregon, Pacific beaches

A winding path to the Sea

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

Let me say it right up front – Pam Patrie is an AMAZING hostess, and her cabin on a cliff overlooking the Pacific oozed charm and personality and comfort. Here is the front of her medicine cabinet in the bathroom!

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

Once we unloaded the food and supplies, Linda and I walked down the path to the beach as the other tapestry weavers trickled in. It turns very steep toward the bottom and was a good hamstring workout.

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

We dined like eight queens and one king while there. It was all fresh, healthy, vegetarian, and absolutely delicious. Almost everyone contributed to the cooking except Linda and I. Shirley was responsible for this incredible curry meal on the second night.

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

I’m warning you now, the photos are overwhelming. I won’t be writing that much about this particular retreat.

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

So much of it can’t be expressed adequately in words.

Cannon Beach Tapestry Retreat

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