Our escape for the weekend was wonderful and all that we had hoped it would be. We were camping in the Cimarron Canyon State Park, located between Cimarron and Eagle Nest, New Mexico. There was no cell service which allowed us to truly unplug and enjoy nature. The campground was quiet, despite the fact that a scout troop was there for an overnight.
We saw bison, antelope, and deer on the drive to the campground and we saw turkey and blue jays in our campsite... Dave tried his hand at fly fishing again at the small lake. He had a few nibbles but was unsuccessful in getting one to shore. I sat and watched him as I stitched a few quilted hearts and a postcard block for our camping journal quilt. (I'll be giving an update about our camping journal quilt soon since I have completed two rows that will be top border.)
We enjoyed a hike up to an open meadow that overlooked a portion of the canyon and left a little quilted heart hanging on an old fencing corner. Each night we retired to bed a little earlier than we do at home and read ourselves to sleep. Shelby enjoyed the trip as well.
By the time we left Friday morning, I had been able to get 17/30 of the ribbon and lace blocks fully quilted. I'll continue to quilt away on it this week... after I attend the final session of Bible Study and deliver a few bags to the ladies that requested them.
This week's Sew & Tell feature is Patricia at Faith, Trust and Breast Cancer... She shared this adorable little kitten patch that she made at a class
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