Natchez and beyond


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Jenn’s doing this quick post for me.  So this will be just a few photo’s and there will be lots more photos to come.

at the Natchez Eola Hotel.

I’m definitely heading back to Natchez, love it!  We drove through Tennessee a couple of weeks ago – from San Antonio – took the Natchez trace parkway ……

Pumping gas & Navigator duties, Margaret's driving.

After visiting the Winterthur Museum yesterday in Wilmington, Delaware we were able to ‘pop’ in to Pennsylvania. This is the first covered bridge we’ve seen. Hope to see more in New England.

Our first covered bridge, we don't have anything like that at home.

We’re leaving Wilmington for New York today, then Boston, the Lowell and then before I know it back home.


Learning Curve


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Well….. I’ve finally been dragged into the blog world.  Jennifer is here via Skype and is cracking the whip!! So I’d better pay attention.

But I’m thrilled to be starting something new!

The reason for the haste tonight is that I leave for the US tomorrow with Margaret Mew.  The day has finally arrived – and I have been planning this for a looooong time.  First stop San Antonio to meet up with a friend, and then its on to Paducah (yeah!!) for 5 days of quilting, quilting and more quilting.  Then we plan to visit Washington, New York and Boston.  Margaret, my tour guide, has found all the quilt and fabric museums that are a must for any quilter worth her quilts!!

So I will hopefully have time to blog and keep you all posted with my travels.

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Packed and ready to go!

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