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Friday, January 31, 2014

Tough Trip

When we left Lonn and LoraLee’s tonight it was snowing so hard you could hardly see.  Laci’s husband John was traveling from Great Falls and kept calling with periodic awful road updates.  It took us a while to get home, we met John at the West Boulder turn-off—we are all safe and sound, tucked in for the night.

IMG_9875Our view this morning.  We waited until about noon before taking a walk, letting it warm up just a touch once again. 

I found my little “heart” ruler and finished quilting the bunny quilt this morning plus I attached the binding using the longarm.  Today while visiting over at Lonn and LoraLee’s, I sewed on all the little button eyes.  It’s almost done.  My niece Niki called today to check on us plus she wanted to make sure her name was on that quilt. Smile

Katie’s husband Michael (yep, it gets confusing at times) grilled some wonderful steaks tonight.  I was informed the cookie jar was getting empty—this from the same young woman (Katie) who told me NOT to bring any food over there today.  Guess you know what I will be doing in the morning!

And that’s about all we did today. 


  1. I can smell the baking from here in Yuma. Good luck sneaking those cookies into the house.

  2. Glad you made it home safe. Quite the winter you have been having. That bridge is just down the road from the shooting range in Yuma.

  3. Yumm...homemade cookies are a weakness of ours!! I can't wait to see the finished bunny quilt...hint...hint!!

    1. I can't wait for some homemade cookies - sure glad I stopped in this morning!

  4. The winter pics are gorgeous and terrifying at the sane time. Don't think I could handle driving in those conditions!

    Nina (on Paul's account)

  5. O.k., I will stop complaining that Florida is cold.

  6. A beautiful view as long as you do not have to drive the roads.

  7. Snow, cookies and family real nice to tuck in with. I'll bet you have winter fur lined frocks for all that weather, if so teach Emmi to handle to camera and you could do live weather reports on winter life up on the Boulder. :) I'm sure it would be a hit.

  8. Ooh I want to see your hearts.... post a pic please? Always gleaning ideas for my brain....

    Karen and Steve
    (Blog) RVing: The USA Is Our Big Backyard

  9. Glad you made it home safely. Let us know what type cookies you end up making. We'll drool as we read about your baking.


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