My parents, Dave and I, our children and our grandchildren
My parents and most of their posterity
Yellowstone National Park–check
More family days–check
Now I need to work on getting my syllabus ready for the first day of school, but here’s some interesting things I found at Yellowstone:
Yep. They’ve figured out us quilters. A whole display of little fabric patches to use in quilting and projects. At the top of this, they had a quilted tote for display. So, of course, I figured out which patch set I wanted and bought that.
I also bought a tea towel in the Grand Teton National Park, which has an embroidered flower; I figure I’ll use it for the inside of my tote. The name of this park has some controversy about its origins–hilarious.
And on the second shift of visiting family (the OTHER side of the family from the blue shirts), I slipped over to the next door neighbor’s estate sale, where I scored on some vintage fabrics . . .
. . . and charming handkerchiefs.
Now to go climb Mt. Laundry and do some schoolwork!