We are located in El Golfo de Santa Clara, a small fishing village in Mexico, on the Sea of Cortez (also called the Gulf of California). My husband and I are full-time RVers, so our home has wheels and is currently parked in a campground on the water's edge. A month or so before the COVID-19 first came to the Americas, we had decided rather than return to our home campground in New Hampshire, we would stay in the Desert Southwest/Mexico area for the summer. We consider ourselves very lucky and very safe to be here now that the virus has created a pandemic. In a town of fewer than 6,000 people, there are no cases of the virus to date. The one road into and out of town is blocked by the police and/or military. Anyone is allowed to leave, but if you are not a resident (including those in our campground) you are not allowed to re-enter the town. When in public places, we are required to wear masks. Much like most of you, we are to remain in our homes, giving me lots of time for crafting!
There are many crafty women in the campground and we used to meet regularly twice a week. That came to a halt several weeks ago, but, diehards that we are, we could not give up crafting "together." One of the members of our group started a weekly challenge to keep us going. The current challenge is posted on the bulletin board outside the clubhouse. Our completed projects are posted on the same bulletin board on Sundays, where the next challenger posts the next week's challenge. We have been doing this for six weeks now. Each challenge this time around has been related to color.
I will share here what I have created for each challenge.
Week 1 (pink, green, brown)
Week 2 (turquoise, orange, yellow)
Week 3 (black, white, gray)
Week 4 (navy, green, gold
Week 5 (purple, pink, gold)
Week 6 (red, orange, pink)
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