|Letter Writing Social on Friday afternoon at Rare Device|
here in San Francisco -- hosted by the lovely ladies of the Letter Writers Alliance
Donovan and Kathy.
Lots of members of the local letter writers posse showed up.
|Of course there were typewriters to be shared -- and vintage stationary -- and|
a LWA stamp.
|Miss Curbside Treasures herself -- typing away. Annie worked the Renegade Fair too.|
This is one busy lady.
She was at the UpperCase Magazine table and reeled me in. I took one look at that
amazing magazine and signed up for a subscription.
Check it out--
|A good time was had by all - people were waiting in line to type but I caught this shot in a|
rare quiet moment.
This was a great start to the weekend.
|The next day.....|
Saturday (and Sunday) was the Renegade Fair at beautiful Fort Mason.
It's wonderful to see so many people
making beautiful handmade goods.
|I made a bee line right to the 16 Sparrows table where Kathy and Donovan|
had an incredible assortment of beautiful, handmade, postal themed wonders.
|I hate to torture you but.......|
(I wonder who bought that cool vintage mailbox).
Kathy and Donovan run the Letter Writers Alliance too.
Letter Writers Alliance
|I love this space set right on the SF Bay.|
The library has the Big Book Sale here every September too.
|At the Renegade, you can get a poem written on a typewriter just for you by this lovely lady.|
Here's her web site -
The Poetry Store
|And, of course, after all that shopping and spending money, lunch must be had!|