Wednesday, July 25, 2012

A Weekend in New Hampshire

Right before I went out of town last week I realized my current English Paper Piecing project was too big to travel with. So Monday night, when I should have been in bed before an early morning flight, I cut into some Ruby for EPP stars.

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday were all too busy in New York & Boston to do any stitching (and I was trying to finish a library Kindle book before my loan was up!) But I managed to make 6 stars while in New Hampshire for the weekend.

The stars I made while traveling last week.

I managed to pack a lot into 2+ days at my mom's house...
    
My view this morning from Mom's porch. 
We had coffee on Mom's porch...

  Lunch in downtown Peterborough 
...lunch at Nonie's Bakery in downtown Peterborough...

  Rosaly's Farmstand & Flowers 
...stopped at an organic farm stand and pick-your-own flower stand...

  Dublin Lake & Mt. Monadnock from my aunt's balcony 
...spent some time at my aunt's house (can you imagine having that view everyday!!)...

  My future home (in my dreams) - Our Lady of the Snows 
...stopped by to see my future home (I toured it 6 or 7 years ago when it was first on the market, and fell in love with it, and it is back on the market again)...

  202:365 Chocolate Peanut Butter ice cream @ Kimball Farm 
...had Lobster Rolls and Ice Cream at Kimball Farm (and that's the small ice cream!)...

  Dublin Days 
...went to Dublin Days...

  203:365 Mom's new quilt guild (& her string quilt in the shadows) 
...where we visited with my mom's new quilt guild...

  420s racing 
...and we wrapped up the weekend with some time on Dublin lake, watching 420s race...

  204:365 Me sailing the Sunfish #latergram 
...and getting myself out on a sunfish (only 17 years since I was last on a sailboat!)... 

 It was a great weekend!

3 comments:

Linda said...

HELLO! YOUR STARS ARE SO NEAT! WOULD YOU SHARE THE NAME OF THAT BLOCK PATTERN? THANK YOU,LINDA ♥

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smazoochie said...

So pleased you had such a good time!

suemac said...

Love the scenery. How beautiful. I am sure it was a lot cooler than Texas.