It is not often that I take a trip somewhere and feel moved enough by the experience, service, and pure deliciousness of the food and drink to personally write an article about it, let alone 3. This trip was very different. Not only was every experience beyond my expectation, but it also seemed to be a part of a much larger picture for the direction of my artwork.
Everywhere I went, there were subtle hints about the path that lay ahead, the path I have been yearning to take with my art. Breakfast was no exception. I was given the option of a window seat or a fireplace seat. It was a bit nippy that morning so I opted for the fireplace. Hanging on the wall was an enormous black and white photo of two draft horses racing the incoming tide transporting a vehicle and driver.
The pictures don’t quite do the image justice, but it is just the most amazing piece, a race against the elements when back in the day the only real road on the coast was the beach.
Excellent food, phenomenal service from a family-owned restaurant and more hints from the universe I need to get my butt moving on this exhibition. A huge thank you to Oro’s Fireside for such a wonderful experience and such delectable food!