I have neglected my blog for w-a-y too long.  We have taken some trips with our little camper.  Above pics were taken in Tennessee in an RV park at the base of Cove Mountain and very close to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  We were there for a meeting of fishermen who collect vintage bamboo fishing rods.  My husband collects and restores them if they need it.  The weather was perfect and he had a wonderful time. 
Other news - I have been getting ready to have my first booth at a quilt show.  My friend of many years has a wonderful quilt shop in Haubstadt, IN.  Here is a link to her shop. It is called Quilts n Bloom and Kathy, the owner, does a great job with it.  The quilt show is at the Catholic Church this coming Saturday, so come if you can. (All info posted on the link I gave you.)  I will have a display of my miniatures, plus some things I made to sell.  Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts will be there for a workshop and lecture. Link to her website is here.  I am really looking forward to meeting her and seeing her work.  I will try to remember to take my camera and post some pics here later.
Take care and till next time.............


Lady Locust said…
Restores bamboo fishing rods? People collect them? I have one that was in the shop when I moved in years ago. I cleaned it up a little. My husband says it's just something to look at not to use. I'm pretty sure it's a salmon rod, hex, and pretty long - can't remember exactly. It's upstairs in a corner of the spare room:)
Susan said…
Good for you Sheila. Hope your booth is a success.
Sheila, this is so weird! I woke up this morning thinking about you (I had a miniature quilt in my head) and I said to myself, I need to e-mail her to see how things are going. And lo and behold here you are! Funny how that happens sometimes. So glad to hear all is well. Good luck with your booth. Sure wish I could see it in person. Looking forward to hearing how things go. Enjoy the day.
Karen said…
I was wondering what you have been up to as I had not seen a post in a good while.
Glad to see you back, Sheila. I've missed your posts. So excited to hear you're vending at your first quilt who! I wish I lived closer so I could see it in person! Hope you will blog about it for those of us who can't see it in person. Kimber

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