While we wait for the full short film in the editing room (from Richard Original ), and the photo essay (from Amy Jo Royall ) Here is a sneak peek for what’s to come from this past weekend’s KINFOLK retreat. So many friends and creative partners to thank: Jason Hammel of Lula Cafe and Nightwood (dinner), Floriole (breakfast), Amanda Jane Jones (host), Kinfolk Magazine (sponsor), Fleur (floral), Letherbee Distillers (cocktails), Intelligensia Coffee, Seasons Soda (cocktails), Richard Smith III (film), Amy Jo Royall (photography), Crow Canyon Home (enamelware), Middle Brow Beer, Mast Brothers (chocolate), Best Made Co (swag), Seven Sundays (breakfast…
DRINKING. SHOOTING. GRILLING. Another great weekend at camp. Thanks Rohan Anderson for coming, and Max Wastler for bringing him to our neck of the woods!& Michael Kiser for joining. Shots from Rohan: (he carved his initials into our camp bunk bed) (His perspective from in the morning- from the dock this morning) (Documenting mad max and the air rifle in the wee hours– its hard hitting a tomato off of a PBR can) …and- some shots from michael kiser’s feed… (michael– You always bring no shortage of beer. and we love you for it) rohan at work! He cooked up a feast…
thanks, CL for the great story in the June issue!
This was a fun interview we did for one of our favorite mags for their “Real life strategies” section. All about entertaining. (Makes me want to throw another party.) Sadly- it didn’t run 🙁So what the h*ll, might as well share it here 🙂Makes me miss winter!! WARM HANDS, WARM HEART. For the ice rink parties that we host on our lake, I love greeting friends with a basket full of vintage hand knit mittens and scarves- folks relish the opportunity to swap out the standard issue for something old and handmade and I always pair it with a toasty drink- spiked…
For those who believe Saturday mornings are meant for yard sales, not sleeping in…who re-sort their recyling for “upcycling” possibilities…who have a special place in their heart for old houses…and see rust marks as a sign of beauty, not deterioration…you’ll love our editors’ “What We’re Reading” design book picks for August. check it out:
We are fortunate enough to be able to share Camp Wandawega with many of our furry friends. Bountiful time to run and play and explore and dig. Here are some of the furry friends that have visited lately and what they have been doing around camp! Frankie (photo by David Hernandez) Jack (photo by David Hernandez) Lacie (photo by Lori Loehr) Huxley (photo by Caitlin Kerr) Penelope (photo by Melissa Caringer)
YAY!It just hit the stands 🙂Charlie as a brownie breaks my heart.I mean, who knew they made baby moccasins that were this adorable??Thanks to everybody who helped !!Pick up the latest copy of MIDWEST LIVING magazine. or download it on zinio.
Wandawega Lake Resort, Part 2: Camp History Camp Wandawega co-owner David Hernandez provides a brief history of the resort and shares stories of his times as a youth at this rustic camp. check it out HERE
Many thanks to the generous and talented team who donated their time and talents to creating a beautiful monument to a wonderful father: Tyler Peterson and Shaun Owens-Agase of stoneblitzer.com, Angela Finney Hoffman of post27store.com, Steven Teichelman at thisisthreefold.com, Bladonconner.com and friends like Aaron Pahmier and many more. Bless you all!!check out the post here
Last week the fine folks at Home and Garden television spent a weekend with us filming for a new show featuring homes with history. (And all we had to do was take them room by room and gab about finding flea market scores, and some of the secrets of the camp’s history). stay tuned for details & a clip from the show when it airs.