In May 2013, Roger Feldman completed construction of his site-specific art space, Threshold. One year later, the work is beginning to find its place in the landscape of Laity Lodge. There have been late night visits to the site, numerous dawn patrols, and even the occasional guest who goes missing from the morning sessions only to reappear at lunch with accounts of hours spent alone inside the stone chambers. Roger once remarked that Threshold offered the possibility for “an expansive experience.” If that’s true, then perhaps the most expansive experience starts small: a simple song, a few friends, and some space to play.