Sunday, 21 April 2013

Spring at last

Thank goodness spring finally seems to be here at last. I've had a very productive weekend. First thing Saturday morning I finished a few more of my EPP hexagons.

Then Mr Hare and I walked up the Sugarloaf for the first time this year. It was a beautiful morning, frosty first thing then a glorious sunny day. As usual I dressed too warmly and had to gradually strip off!
This is a holiday cottage that we pass on our route up the mountain . It is one of my favourites.
That's Mr Hare in the distance ( I photographed this on the way down). We haven't done as much walking as I would like due to the frankly awful weather so far this year. We passed lots of sheep
And lots of wonderful views.

England in the distance. When we got back, I tidied up the greenhouse, something I had been meaning to do for some time. Normally, by now I would have lots of seeds planted , but this year it has been too cold. I know it's time to get going though because the weeds are beginning to grow, so the soil has obviously warmed up somewhat.
I managed to finish another block for one of my quilts
And today I made this flag for the banners  that are going to be displayed in Boston ( Liz Dandelion posted about this site
As you can see my impro letters leave a lot to be desired, but my next one will be better!.
And I've organised to stay with my friend Lois on Friday before I join the other Kinky Bee-ers on Saturday in London. .Just got to book my train tickets! 



1 comment:

  1. Lovely photos, your corner of the world is really pretty! Thanks for sharing!