Bridge in January

    Our home sits up on a cliff above the creek and for 10 years if we wanted to drop down to play, our transport was a heavy yellow rope tied to the big Maple tree.  Otherwise we could take a path that slowly descended to the bottom. The rope has been loved by the kids and not so much by me.  Last summer we had a bridge built the spanned a ravine and wooden steps taking us down to Big Walnut Creek. This has been a gift that has brought such joy to the whole family giving access to all who wished to be up close and personal with the fishys.
    

Trail to the Cave

Artist: Carolyn Heffelfinger
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 36"x48"
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In the Fall I had to deliver a painting to southern Ohio and we stayed in a cabin in the area.
In the morning I took a trail called Cave Trail and was awed by the way the light filtered through the trees in the forest.   This painting won Best of Show over many entries at the Cultural Arts Center in Delaware.

Heading Out

Artist: Carolyn Heffelfinger
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 8"x10"
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 For the past 7 years I take a week long backpacking trip with friends and Heather.
I decided to paint the trail at Laurel Highlands from the perspective of Cheryl and I hiking ahead. I'm guessing we were photographed by the stragglers!
  My trail name is Small Curly and if you were standing next to me you would know why that is so.
I get so much inspiration from being in the woods for this extended period.