At the end of June, I took off on an adventure to visit my kiddos in the states.
First stop was in Oregon, though I took a short trip up to Washington, to visit Vashon Island, where I had worked one summer as a college student.
The rest of the time was divided between Portland and Grant's Pass with Oregon kids and grandkids. All the Oregon crew posed for a photo before leaving.
Next stop was in Colorado, where we took in lots of mountain scenery and a quilt show that included a talk by the featured artist.
There was also an exhibit of log cabin quilts, arranged in a wide variety of styles.
The frosting on the cake was a family dinner at a Japanese restaurant with yummy eels in a bento box.
The next morning, was out early to catch a plane to Boston.
Now I am enjoying being pampered on the last leg of the trip.
This trip has been full of adventure ... with a few still to go ... and friends along the way.
In the end, my granddaughter will get her "big girl" quilt created on a trip around the world. The take-along work could be done on the plane and in trips by car.
More than 40 of the 52 blocks are together, and I am trying to save a few for the plane ride home.
Meanwhile, there adventures still lined up for the week ahead.
(How can anything be more fun than I have already had!) I'll have to wait and see what in to follow.....