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We were on a trip with my DB and DSIL from the UK we took a rented a motor home and toured the…Continue
I'd like to say that I had something done this past weekend but that isn't so. I came down with burcitis in my shoulder the week before. Major bummer. It was bad enough that I gave in and went to the hospital. I got my perscriptions and off I went. I enjoyed the pain pills, they let me sleep. The anti-inflamatory, not so much. I got sick from those and I had to work as well. My dept. manager was on vacation, another worker already off work for playing with fireworks on the 4th of July,…Continue
The Pine Belt Quilters Quilt Show scheduled for October 3-5 in Hattiesburg, MS. It is always a great show and they have really good classes throughout the days of the show. If anyone is in the area please stop by for the show.
I posted the Gifty Galore Project #4 this morning on Notions. To read more about this handy project - the pattern source (free!), how to make it, and the changes I made to the pattern - click…Continue
While I'm on vacation, I thought I would report on some knitting projects I've made over the years, before I started my blog. For example, this is the first sweater I made for Charlie (my DH).
As long as I've known him, he's been an avid skier. (It's funny; he didn't look like this when I married him.…Continue
Fish fish and more fish…..
He said he was coming for a visit, but he was really coming for the fishing! DS (on the right) and his friend (on the left) caught their limit each day and when they had their possession limit for transporting back to Vancouver Island, I got to stock my freezer with sockeye salmon! Yum! This picture is of their Chinook (Spring Salmon) catch. They were fishing in the Skeena River, the second largest river in B.C., famous for the fishing and of…Continue