We are still recovering but all in all we feel great about the sale – someone called it the Sale of the Century – ha! Here we are on Saturday afternoon, blowing away in the wind.
The patio outside the Civil War building.
Here’s the hayrack, before and after.
Those big pieces of really thick cardboard are the box that my piano came in from Japan.
This was taken on Sunday.
See them on the bottom of the fire?
Here’s the Civil War building on Sunday – this many partial bolts left, that’s all!
On Monday morning Carla from Des Moines came and loaded up all the patterns for donation to a non-profit organization who has several rummage sales during the year. I wondered if she’d get them all in her vehicle but after I mentioned that, it became a challenge to her and she succeeded.
Sunday night I got out my new jellyroll called Gardenvale by Jen Kingwell and started sewing strips for a 16 patch quilt – very easy sewing and very fun with no waste to speak of. It felt great to be watching a ballgame and sewing at the machine.
I mowed for over 6 hours yesterday and today I have extra dogs. Rain is in the forecast for Thursday so I’m hoping to mow parts again tomorrow. It is growing very fast and I don’t want to get behind or I’ll have to bale it.
Thanks for tuning in!