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Design Ranch 2013: Till Next Time…

May 30, 2013 / By AIGA Austin

Original post written by Rachael Craft.

As summer approaches we are still basking in the fond springtime memories of Design Ranch 2013. The quiet moments by the river, the creative energy and inspiration in each and every workshop, the festive and warm moments making new friends by the fire, and the fellowship found in the dining hall, are all cherished moments that we carry with us back home. We returned to our daily lives refreshed and ready to face the world.

We can not thank our workshop leaders enough for devoting their time to help make Design Ranch such a fantastic experience. They are the finest bunch around and we are very lucky to learn from such talented creatives! One of the great things about the intimate set-up at Design Ranch is that not only are we learning in each workshop, we are making friends and interacting face to face. These moments are invaluable, and we thank you for sharing with us!

Another huge thanks to Camp Waldemar, the best place on earth. I am sure many agree. This gorgeous facility is run by the friendliest hosts and hostesses that ever was, and we thank them for inviting us into their home and hearts. They kept us warm, cozy, clean, and stuffed full of delicious food at all times.

And last but definitely not least, to all the volunteers, we love you. Thank you for all your hard work and smiling faces! Design Ranch is built by people who give their time freely because they love this event and truly believe in the power it has to inspire and connect people in magical ways.

The heat of two Texas summers will come and go before we all meet again on the banks of the Guadalupe, but we will hold all of the great moments we shared near and dear to our lil’ Design Ranch hearts. It is more than enough to keep the fire burning until 2015.

check out the #designranch Instagram photos for a fun lil’ DR flashback.

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