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Old 06-05-2020, 01:20 PM   #1
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Wifey wandered in from her gallery last evening with this water color of a school bus in the rain. She told me that it is similar to a painting by Merve Corning which became a cover picture on a 1970's Westways magazine.

Because of cv19 we haven't been able to camp and the painting got me hunting for a way. As it turned out this next week will bring the reopening of a local KOA and we got a spot--face masks and all!
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Nice painting, wonderful how water paint does so well in the right hands.

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Happy trails. The painting looks as if that bus is running before the storm.
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