Linking up with Tom again this Monday for the Barn Collective series.
Went for a ride today and got a few more pictures of barns with quilt squares on them.
Here's one of them.
This quilt square is on the barn of Johnny and Sue Logan.
The pattern is Turkey Tracks
done in red, white, and blue.
Located in Deer Park, Garrett County, Maryland
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It warmed up and this morning it was 38 degrees.
Went out for my walk but only had a short 2 mile one.
Though it was warm, it was raining, and the snow was not yet gone.
There were icy patches around but with the water on top of them it made it hard
to see the ice and it was extra slippery.
After I slipped and almost fell, the thought that came
mind was "Go Home" so that's what I did.
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Made blueberry pancakes for breakfast.
Wrapped all my Mom's gifts and packed up her Christmas box and got
it ready for mailing.
Ken and I then went out to do a few errands the first was
going to the post office.
Walmart, Lowe's and the Dollar General were stops we made too.
While we were out is when we found a few more barns with quilt
designs on them.
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The temperature remained at 38 all day and in the morning
it was a drizzly rain, but by 2:00 it was starting to clear and the sun
came out for a little while.
By this time all the snow was gone.
I decided to walk over to the library and drop off their
Christmas cookies that I made.
Planned on coming right back home but since the weather was nice
couldn't help but go for the rest of my walk.
Walked around town, and the two cemeteries.
Loved the sky and lighting in these two pictures.
So ended up walking my 6 miles anyway.
2 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon.
Found a quarter this afternoon too.
For supper I made us one of those super sized salads
with lettuce, spinach, celery, almonds, pecan, oranges, croutons, and craisins.
Topped off with Ken's Lite Raspberry Walnut Vinaigrette dressing.
It was quite tasty.
A nice relaxing evening at home tonight.
Reading, knitting, watching Netflix and
having ice cream.
A happy day to you.
"There are two types of people -
those who come into a room and say,
Well, here I am!
and those who come in and say,
Ah, there you are."
~ Frederick L Collins