This has been such an informative and interesting dialogue regarding the Nativity made by the prisoners of war in Algona, IA.
If you missed this from yesterday it’s worth going back to read.
When we walked out of the exhibit another group was entering and they are the ones who said we should visit the museum 2 blocks away. We mistakenly took this for the POW museum and after paying our admission and seeing nothing but tractors, farm equipment and race cars, we were very disappointed. I thought maybe if we had taken the time to read everything the answers to my questions would have been there. Now I know that this was NOT the POW museum thanks to many readers who set me straight. Well, this just means we’ll have to go back to that museum some time. Thanks to everybody who commented and found info.
It was a lazy morning – Telly felt like sleeping in.
And to all of you who think Hazel is pretty entertaining, you’re right but here’s the other side of the coin. Last evening Rick heard a cat fight outside and Hazel went berserk- I didn’t hear a thing and couldn’t think who it could have been.
Hazel came to bed with me but before I ever got to sleep, Hazel heard something outside – again going ballistic! So at 1:30 am I got up, put my parka over my robe, got boots, gloves, cap and flashlight and followed Hazel outside. It was snowing and blowing like crazy and I remembered I didn’t have my phone. Nevertheless I shined my flashlight into the rafters of the woodshed and sure enough there was a cat I didn’t recognize – thus the cat fight probably with Colton.
I finally convinced Hazel and Telly to come with me to the house. By then I was wide awake and my sleep meds were out of my system so I ended up reading until 3 am. (I’m reading What Alice Forgot.)
Today Hazel had to investigate the woodshed again.
Connie and Roy went to Pasadena, CA for the Rose Parade and Betty is staying at the Garner Pet Resort. Connie says she can’t stay here until she has more manners – haha! I went in to get here and let her run around the grove with Telly this afternoon.
Here’s an action shot!
I think Betty was glad to get away for a bit.
Tomorrow I’m going to bring her to the farm for much longer – she deserves a break from that kennel. I could hardly return her!
The Moda String Along is pretty unstructured so I’ll just do my own thing. Is anybody else going to start a string quilt. Bonnie’s Clue #6 is also a string unit. I have lots to work on while I watch the football games this weekend.
Here’s JB laying on top of all my 4 patches from shirts.
A black cat in a dog kennel.
And then there’s Millie, THE PERFECT CAT!!!
Go Iowa State!