I'd say "Join us!" but just read this on their website:/
For the Lutherans among us, it's THE Pilgrimage to make so I'm not that surprised the WaitList is running.
We had a lot of fun last year. Here's a few of the pictures from that trip (since I didn't post them online already).
|Deer in the Village|
|Views of the Mountains |
(by the end of my stay, I could name them ... I sadly have forgotten!)
|A little doodle art based on a Lao-Tsu quote my friend Paul Vasile |
composed a little ditty on and sent to me during my roadtrip out to Holden.
"The Journey of a Thousand Miles ... begins with One Step!"
|One of my good friends from college brought her family out to Holden.|
And we got to go on a walk.
|At the center of the Labyrinth at Holden is this quote.|
|The Labyrinth at Holden is a one of a kind design.|
One of my friends said it was the only labyrinth
he's had a spiritual experience on.
|Hand carved love at the Hike Haus|
|Village Artist Sue Davies doing some LIVE Painting while |
Andrea was performing in concert.
|Staging Thecla with Natalie Renee|
|Andrea and John Hermanson holding down the pit |
and roles in Thecla
|Conie and Hal Taussig, co-director of Thecla|
|Taize candlelight service, Prayer Around the Cross|
|Conie, John H, Paul F-C improvising in the VC|
|Jamming in the Lift|
|Thecla's Mother and Rich Sponsor showing off their costumes|
|The ice cold glacier fed stream that is Railroad Creek|
|Lake Chelan, looking farther up the lake from Lucerne Landing|
|Leaving the Landing|