Tested my ropesmanship on this DIY 8-figure loop bracelet. It’s a half-DIY actually. Here’s my inspiration.
I went to Pink Box in Red Dot ‘coz I didn’t have a good cord and lock. I tied the knot, and then Ashley got the ends clamped. I paid only 35 pesos. There’s more to it however. It represents that sense of adventure that brought me to newer heights, the fears I hurdled, the liberating moments and the friendships I knotted along the path of awesomeness.
Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2012
Our itchy feet brought us to Aurora Park. Little did I know that it was the last day of the Minuyongan ken Partuat trade fair and garden show organized by the Department of Trade and Industry-Ilocos Region Office. Occupying the park was a showcase of products under the One Town, One Product (OTOP) program of the national government. Among the merchandise were Adams Wines, Pagudpud shell crafts, Sarrat binakol inabel products, Sto. Domingo Malunggay Canton Noodles, silk cocoon flowers and bamboo crafts from La Paz and Bangued, Abra, and plants, shrubs and landscaping materials from La Union and Baguio.
Alexa spotted a bamboo lunch box and asked if she could have it. It’s cute alright. I guess it was the last piece. The lady from Abra’s F. Barcena’s Bamboocraft gladly gave it at a discounted price. I read somewhere that bamboo planting is big in Abra which is a good thing because it is beneficial to the environment as well as the rural communities.
Stargazers from Gigie’s Garden and Landscape, Brgy. 4, San Fernando, La Union.Lucky pineapple plant (not edible) displayed by the Aldrin Plant Shop, Orchidarium, Burnham Park.
I bumped into a friend/ former co-worker and I took the opportunity to ask him for this one souvenir shot with Alexa.
Photographed by Alexa and Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved