It was a rare and sunny day here today in the PNW in the dead of winter. 54 degrees! Michael and I got out and visited one of our many islands!
Hmm. Sometimes he accelerates a bit too fast ….
Yesterday we did some exploring and row by row quilt shops. We saw Mt. Vernon, Arlington, Anacortes, Deception Pass, Oak Harbor …. The San Juan Islands! The Loop Sign said narrow road, hairpin turns, no boats allowed. Massive backup! Engineer Mike taking charge of the situation because the husband and wife were not in a … Continue reading
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An unexpected invite from my oldest son Andrew led to an adventure in NYC yesterday! Today, I am tired!!
We took a road trip on Father’s Day to Hugh Moore State Park. While we were there, we rode the mule barge up the Lehigh River. We were pulled by two mules, Hank and George. It was very peaceful and serene. We also visited the Emrick Technology Center. The center featured various displays of machinery, … Continue reading
A friend and I ran to the local quilt shop and I picked up these things!
On the way to retreat we stopped at Martin’s in Morgantown and we also went on a trip to Zook’s. I will show the fabrics I picked up over the next couple of days: these are two neat black and white prints I found! Safari III by Blank Flower Power by Windham
My friends picked me up some new treasures on a recent roadtrip. LOVE the bee fabric!
Michael brought me fabric home from California again…I have him visit a different store this time since he leaves again soon!