While in Sequim, I finished up the fabric postcard and sent it on its way to New Zealand with a prayer that it will arrive undamaged.
From Sequim we took the ferry (yep, RV and all) across Puget Sound and spent one night in Concrete, Washington. Our friend, Sage, has a class C RV and travels with her two cats. After the night in Concrete we traveled through the Cascades National Park, but didn't stop to do any sightseeing as we were on a mission. The next night we stayed at a National Forest campground and then traveled to our next destination just west of Newport, Washington where we have been for two nights. We'll part ways with our friend here and meet back up in Libby, Montana in a few days.
The fabric preparation instructions for the Snowflake Shimmer Quilt Along were posted on Friday and yesterday I got all my fabric cut and labeled so I'm ready for the next link up this Friday.
I also pulled out my kitty redwork and did a little bit on that.
We have been on the road now for a little over two months and have a little less than a month until my grandson's wedding. I haven't seen my kids and grandkids since last September at my son's wedding so I'm very anxious to get to the Denver area to see everyone.
A biggie in my life is that I have received the material (at my daughter's in Littleton, Colorado) for the Cloud9 New Block Blog Hop taking place in September. The participants are creating a block and then posting a tutorial for it. My first attempt at writing a tutorial. I have two blocks in mind to create and will be working them up when we get to Colorado. Be sure to stay tuned to see what everyone creates.
The fabric provided to all participants of the Blog Hop
Today we leave for Sam Owen Campground in Hope, Idaho where we were campground managers for the past three summers. We'll meet up with some good friends while there.
Linking up today with Slow Sunday Stitching. Hope to work on my redwork somemore today once we get settled into our next campground.