Continuing to semi document women my age or older in southern California who make time for “play” in the outdoors well into childbearing age, I began to use symbolic materials and tools. Friends and family gifted me old bags with flora and fauna graphics on them. Cutting up the bags to disable their intended use, fused them together into comforting blanket-like substrates using a hot clothing iron. I then tie dyed these with resist materials such as tampons, hair ties and barretts. These later works on non traditional substrates more loosely depict women cradling their athletic equipment within the doorways of the containers (cars) they used to escape suburbia for physical and mental open space.