Thursday, November 24, 2011

Art Sale Event Moved to 21 January 2012

With my personal apologies for any inconvenience this may cause, it is necessary to re-schedule Pang Pornsawan’s Art Sale Event.  The new date will be Saturday January 21, 2012.  The event will still be held at Taste From Heaven in Chiang Mai.

Why was the event rescheduled?   The Bangkok floods have caused several challenges not the least of which is that several pieces of art being shipped from outside Thailand have not arrived.  Further, many of the supporters of this event are involved in rescue and relief projects in the Bangkok area and cannot attend.

The January 21st edition of The Pang Pornsawan Art promises to be bigger and better than what we had planned for this Saturday.   Tickets are on sale now at both Taste From Heaven and the Elephant Nature Park Office.   You can also buy your tickets on line at  Art Sale Event

Abundant Blessings, 

I saw Pang’s doctor in Surin on Saturday.  She is responding favorably to the treatments. New skin is growing as he had hoped.  Her prognosis remains the same, she’ll spend about a year in hospital.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Two Visits to the Elephant Nature Park

In the midst of all the activity I've overlooked reporting that the Elephant Nature Park is still there and is doing fine. Mae Rim, above Chiang Mai has not been in flood danger for over a month.  However, it was still  rainy and the sky was majical. 

After the Rain
The last few trips have resulted in several nice photographs and if you are new to the notificaion list your picture just might be in one or more.   You can check them out at
A good mud hole is always a welcome sight, even if they will plant a tree in it tomorrow!
The highlight of the 18th was the arrival of the memorial trees which were planted in Memory of Lek's mother and her God mother "Mom Nancy".  Unfortunately the trees arrived at dusk and some planting had to be postponed.
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The highliht of the 21st was being able to spend the day with Connie and a few of her friends from California.  It was also great to see that the memorial trees had been planted along with a few others.

The park is doing well, the volunteers are amazing.  Many of the volunteers have gone with Lek and the foundation to the flood waters of Bangkok where they are fighting to save as many stranded animals as possible.

Abundant Blessings,