|Here she is trying to remember the proportions of that healing tonic.|
|I think she's about to get up...|
She has a very nifty yet simple belt. It's made of jute and she can hang just about anything there while she's scouring the woods! One of her staples is a small jar filled with dried herbs. It's her magic potion, a cure-all. And by jolly, it does cure all! She also ties dried branches and other finds by her belt. It keeps her hands free when she's out collecting.
Her shoes are really old and worn out by now. She can really get mud stuck all over it specially when she goes out during a terrifying storm. She says there are mushrooms that grow only during lightning flashes and pounds of thunder, and melt with the first ray of the sun. So she has no choice but collect them while the storm is raging.
|Crabby Granny's cane is made of dark wood. She sculpted a bird's head at the top.|
|She also made this rocking chair from the branches of a 100-year old tree. |
The picked up the felled branches after a big storm.
|"Whaddya want?" Granny said.|
So that's Crabby Granny for you! I'll get more pictures of her at The Fair when I go visit!
(It's actually Betty M, the NWPCG president who sent me the sms photo about Crabby Granny's ribbons at the WA State Fair - much thanks Betty!)