The bracing Pacific breeze did not deter the Origami crowd. Margo Wecksler (happy to report the birth of a new grand-child,) brought a pattern of large autumn leaves to fold. People also had fun folding and spinning what looked like waterlilies, a special Hawaiin pattern shared by Deb Pun. Yarn made its way into the mix. But nothing was more mixed than the languages spoken by the paper folders: Japanese, Mandarin, Bengali, Hindi, German, Tibetan and English. And they all spoke the language of art!