Sunday, January 18, 2015
Milk goats, Mini Lops and Meandering to the Coast for Clamming
Tailor-Bird wonders why I'm pointing my camera at her and isn't too sure she likes having her picture taken.
Our two milking shorthorn (breed name) steers are looking on in the background.
My new quilting frame has fabric leaders (on the bars that hold the quilt top & backing) that need to be serged on the edges before I can start machine quilting. I've got it almost ready to go and am anxious to start quilting!
Well, the day is just about over and I'm tired. I have two rooms upstairs in our house that are 1) my personal sewing machine museum & crafting/sewing room and 2) an adjoining crafting materials/storage room that now houses my new quilting frame as well. I spent some time today reorganizing to make more room for the 7 1/2' frame. Tomorrow my husband & I are leaving for a couple days at the beach in our camp trailer. We live only about an hour & 15 minutes from the coast. Hubby's going to dig a few clams (I will watch....) and we'll enjoy the scenery & have dinner out. I'll post some pics when we get back. The weather is supposed to be dry for the next couple days, but this is western Washington, after all, so there's no guarantee on that!