I managed to find a spot quite near our campsite with a lovely shaded bench where I could sit with my stitching and look out over the river. While there I was treated to the sight of a blue Heron flying by and some Canada geese and some hawks hunting and gliding.
As you can see by what is on the bench, I’m still working on Friendship’s Chain. Less than 2 rows left now to sew up and then it is finished. I don’t know if I’ll make my goal of the end of this month though. There are some busy days and evenings ahead. I’m doing an afternoon English Paper Piecing class this Wednesday and then a full day English Paper Piecing workshop on Saturday. Then there are a few customer quilts to finish up in time for our guild’s quilt show a month from now. We are vending at that show, so there is stuff to get ready for that as well. All of that is seriously going to cut into my slow stitching time. But, I will continue to work on it as I can and get it done, slowly, one stitch at a time.
I’m linking up to Kathy’s Slow Sunday Stitching before going back to do more stitching of my own.
What a sweet way to travel. This is my dream; traveling and stitching!ReplyDelete
What beautiful scenery - and I'm pretty sure that I could enjoy camping in a trailer - tents and I no longer get along...!ReplyDelete
We've recently had a heron in our yard and my sister's adjoining property. We both have small fishponds and we think our visitor was scouting out these new "restaurants"!
Sounds like you had a wonderful relaxing get-away!ReplyDelete
There is nothing nicer than doing some stitching outdoors while away on a trip!ReplyDelete
What a perfect vacation!ReplyDelete
How nice for you! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete