The Jennifer Show Road Trip: Part Two
Continuing on the anniversary of The Jennifer Show, and reminiscing about the "before times" when several people could pile into a car and all breathe on each other without possibly hospitalizing your bestie, here's Part Two of the 2019 Jennifer Show Road Trip: 'Zonie Edition.
We settled into the hotel and had dinner at a local place within walking distance. Our hotel was great that way, with restaurants an easy walk away. (Ahh, remember restaurants? Arizona has had them open since May, but I haven't been since March due to an abundance of caution.)
|Breakfast with a goat skeleton. (*It made noise too.)|
|I love this resin so much! One of my favorite WB sculpts with a great paint job.|
|I gave my "Love" to this frolicking Clyde.|
|Laura Skillern's "goat rescue" Performance entry.|
|Such an amazing realistic team roping setup by Hanna Bear!|
|Amanda Brock judging|
Some of my friends did pretty well, too! Lauren Hoeffer made sure the Longears class was well represented. I did bring my own contribution - I managed to paint one "Rimrock" resin in black bay to show him off.
|Laura and Lauren (Desert Fish Studios) sweeping the Custom Mini division.|
|Maggie's china division winners.|
|Lauren Hoeffer's lovely paintwork on this exotic baby.|
|"Rimrock" my one Longears contribution at TJS.|
I'm going to leave this post as just "eye candy" pics for everyone to enjoy, and do a third post with the trip home plus "loot pics". I especially liked seeing so much of Carol Williams' amazing paint work up close and in person. Chris Flint (then Chris Cook) introduced me to Carol when I was a kid at my first horse show and they were both extremely kind and helpful to the goofy kid that I was back then. I'm so happy to see both are still doing well, as two of the longest standing and most respected members of the hobby.
And, while I didn't win any Mini Anise resin prizes, I didn't exactly leave empty handed!