It’s like clockwork – we can always smell the corn when it’s fair time! I’m sitting in the porch enjoying the cooler air after the thunderstorm we had this afternoon. Here are some pictures I took at the fair which starts next week. Not only do I allow the fair board to drape the quilts over the filthy crossbeams, I let them staple through the binding to hang them – all for the good of a wonderful small town fair! The hanging quilts are a big attraction in the textile building – it gives people something to look at.
And here’s the fork lift driver’s shirt that says it all!
I went to the Elvis movie last night – it was so sad.
This eerie photo was taken last night when a storm went south of us.
Coming home from the fair, I saw this great little tree – dead with branches trimmed off to hang plotted plants and bird feeders from.
Millie actually allowed herself to lay in the cat tree.
I told Chris I’d like to change the Dirty Dozen rules to include a picture of the maker with the quilt so we can see what our friends look like! She said her husband Brad made her get in the picture and I love the idea!!!
I bought the rock cairn in Duluth, MN.
Pattie Weber – thank you for your first travel installment for all of us to keep track of you and your dogs. You are living my dream of a rescue farm! How did your transports go? Don’t forget to tell us about your stay at the rescue! Maybe a picture? (Send to my email.)