I’m glad to have corn in the freezer even though it was hard work getting it there.
It was good to see Jo Anne again (center), a Possum Town Quilter now living in Texas. She is hand quilting this blue “tumbler” quilt in 'Baptist Fan' fashion.
Bessie and Zella tie this ‘star’ quilt.
Carol is piecing this top for Red Cross. She used all striped fabric for the blocks.
And now, more on our Heatwole Family Campout in North Carolina.
The rhododendron were out and in full bloom.
Paul showed the little ones how Jake, John, and Joe go rabbit hunting. They just couldn't figure out how those 'rabbits' got up through the table. You can watch him here.
These little girls are trying to decide which design they want painted onto their cheeks.
Hannah and Tina can pump by themselves on this swing.
The children loved painting rocks in charge of Claire Bleu.
My brother Oren Jr., Gabriel, and Quinten enjoy a good laugh. Actually they were in deep discussion and I encouraged them to have a nice expression on their faces as I snapped the picture.
Yes, you can burn the twigs, but not the mulch bark!