A Tribute to our Boys and to Family
Looking at our children, itâ€™s becoming obvious that their capacity for workand to accommodate the vast amount of information coming their way, far exceeds what we are capable of as parents. To no oneâ€™s surprise, itâ€™s a complex world, simultaneously full of challenges and opportunities. I never cease to be amazed at their ability to respond to whatever comes their way. Itâ€™s now more apparent than ever that our role has been only that of supporting them and providing them a platform, a base from which they can spring into the rest of their life. Looking at the work they are doing, itâ€™s so easy to see that they will far exceed anything that we have done. I canâ€™t think of anything more satisfying.
Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
Rina’s new adobe home.
Living room and kitchen.
Eating area and office desk.
Desk made by our son Oso.
Athena, sister Roxanne and mother Rina plastering.
Benito rounding wall corner.
Our boys, Kalin the youngest, Ariela and Roxanne’s husband Tim.
Oso at work in his shop on the kitchen cabinets.
Once in a while we get 9 year old Kalin to work.
Kitchen counters made from juniper wood harvested on our property and milled by Oso.