Jane, If you are reading this, sorry it took me so long to post.
Two Weekends ago, my Inlaws came down, armed with boxes upon boxes of painted and glazed 2-inch ceramic tiles. My Mother-in-law is a Potter, professionally, and bought several hundred pounds of these tiles from eBay or some Warehouse-going-out-of-business sale a year or so ago. She used a whole lot of them to make a beautiful aerial scene for the Eastern wall of my kitchen.
The scene is based on the view from the hang-gliding ramp operated by Tennessee Tree Toppers, which overlooks the Sequatchie Valley. Bill Colvin, a "Tree Topper" himself, was there to help, along with his lovely wife, Jane, a world-class cook, who prepared some terrific White Chicken Chili for the occasion. Bill and Jane live within walking distance of the ramp, so this mural is also roughly the view from their backyard.
The mural is still not entirely done, but we got a lot more done after Bill and Jane Had to leave, and I promised I would post the pictures of what got done Monday Morning.
So here it is folks. For larger pictures, you should be able to click on the slideshow.