Wednesday, March 4, 2009


John, Kate and I are back from the East Coast and from the West Coast. Kate and I had rainy weather most of the time at the show in Puyallup, WA but got to see Mt. Rainier two mornings in a row; beautiful with the eastern light on the snow. John got to see too much snow on his way out of Virginia Sunday and he says the frozen snow caked on his front bumper finally fell off in South Dakota.

In Kansas, John saw a huge flock of snow geese, covering 2 or three acres and a big swirling flock coming in to join them. I figure they are fellow travelers.

We all enjoyed the shows; made new friends and visiting with old friends. We are getting John ready to teach in Nebraska and then, on to the Dallas Quilt Show. Spring is a busy vending time for us; from one end of the country to the other. Maybe we'll see you at a show!


1 comment:

FLO_rancher said... have covered many miles. Drive safely across the country. Where are you teaching in Nebraska?
By the way next time you have ice on your bumper drop it in northwestern Nebraska we still have a drought. I enjoy the slideshow. Thank you for your inspiration. Sew Peacefully DEB};o