|Blocks on July 17, 2010|
I left for Nebraska on Sunday morning about 6:15 AM, arrived in Denver and then drove about four hours to Nebraska. I took breaks frequently. At each stop my husband had me text him with my location and the make, model and license plate # of the renal car I had. Isn't he a good guy, making sure I was safe.
While I was in Ogallala I did a couple of tourist type things. I ate my first ever Rocky Mountain Oysters. The were good, tasted to me like a mild liver, it took several pieces before I could decide what they tasted like. They were breaded and fried, so that usually makes any thing taste good. I do like liver so that wasn't an issue for.
|Crazy Quilt seen at The Mansion on the Hill|
I don't know if you can see the chair real well but it is had out of cattle horns. You should be able to double click on the picture to see it larger. I also went to Boot Hill Cemetery
Here are the blocks I made this weekend. I made these on Saturday and Sunday, that makes a total of 61 blocks.
I almost forgot I did one other fun thing, the day I drove back to Denver to fly home I had a little time, so I went to a quilt shop, you can tell by the pictures the name of the shop. For those of you who don't know this is Harriet Hargrave's shop. I took a Machine Quilting class from her a few years ago when she came to the valley to teach. It was an excellent class. I enjoyed her shop and her staff were very pleasant.
|Picture I took of the shop front|