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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Hiking and Quilting

We walked for about 2 hours this morning to the top of one hill, down into the next valley and then back out. Walking in this desert can be hazardous to your health--the rocks are so big in some areas, you can trip before you know what happened. It was a beautiful clear morning but a little cool.

This is the wash that is located just below our motor home--there was water still standing in puddles along the wash after our mega rainstorm this week.

See the straight line above Emmi--that is where the water level was in this wash, probably about 2 feet. It is amazing how much water can be in these washes and within two hours after it has stopped raining most of the water is gone.
Michael puttered today and I finished Aunt Margaret's window boxes quilt--I think it turned out nicely, hope she thinks so too! This is a photo of me quilting in the trailer--the sales director for APQS (manufacturer of my longarm) wanted this photo for her blog.

It was just a nice kind of Arizona day.


  1. Looks like you guys are enjoying the sun once again. And, I think Aunt Margaret will like her quilt. It looks really pretty!

    Hugs to you, Michael, and Emmi

  2. Janna, This was posted by our local quilt shop in Flagstaff, didn't know if you were aware of it. We camp a lot by Bouse, really love it down there. Becki
    Quilts on the River
    Bullhead City
    February 19th and 20th
    Come see Charlie at the quilt show at the:
    Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce
    1251 Highway 95
    Bullhead City, AZ
    Admission: $5.00


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