Fish Tarpestries

Making a Splash at Reel Foods

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The Fish Tarpestries are up!

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Terry Burkes and I met at Reel Foods this morning and put them up together.

I’ll be adding a few more velcro straps here and there to help keep them a bit straighter, but they look awesome — if I do say so myself!

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You know what else looks awesome?

The totally fresh seafood at Reel Foods.

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After we finished installing the tarpestries, Terry and I were treated to some wonderful Sushi — we had the Boise River roll with smoked trout. And, I am very impressed by, and can’t wait to try, the variety of oysters they offer. Chef Mark thinks the Steamboat oysters will charcoal grill nicely — just the way we loved them in New Orleans!

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Hungry yet? (Jeez, I am!)

Well, you should go to Reel Foods on Capitol Blvd. and check them out…

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the fresh seafood, AND the Fresh Fish Tarpestries!

Still Fishing!

I’ve been keeping busy while the house is on the market — working on my tarpestries for Reel Foods. Nothing like a few hours a day making art with tarp and tape and permanent markers to take your mind off your poor pitiful existence. Kidding. All I could think about was selling the house.

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Well the house hasn’t sold yet, but the tarps are all done!

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They’ll be installed on July 1st so you can see them on First Thursday, over the 4th of July weekend, and during Reel Foods’ business hours through October.

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See food?

Seafood!

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See you!