STITCH LINES...... Ramblings on life as a quilter, stitcher, traveler, photographer, gardener and lover of books, cats and fine chocolate....

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

More Kings Landing

I thought you might like to see a few more photos from our Kings Landing visit last week. Not much chitchat, just more photos.... It's a busy week, as we prepare for Thanksgiving weekend. Both kiddos will be home, plus an extra (friend of Laura's) so I'm trying to get some much-needed housecleaning done, and my blogging time is limited... I'd like to think I might get back up to KL this weekend for their Thanksgiving festivities (love to see all the scarecrows and the Sallies). We'll see. But for now- a few more random photos. Next up - a book review.
The Hagerman shed
Mrs. Hagerman shows us her butter churn
View from the Joslin house front door
Live fiddle music during lunch at the Kings Head Inn
Someone needs to prop up that clothesline!
Baaaaaaa....
Sunflowers in the Morehouse garden
Autumn leaves near the Ingraham house
Airing out the quilt...
Thistle - prickly but beautiful
A unique way of holding the fence together
Peace,
Linda

“If you don't know history, then you don't know anything. You are a leaf that doesn't know it is part of a tree. ”  ~ Michael Crichton

3 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

I've been waiting to see this post all day, Linda. :) Beautiful photos! I love the one of the thistle against the blue sky and Mrs. Hagerman. My photos of her were all blurry. I was thinking the same thing as you in going back to KL to see the fall things going on. You have a busy weekend with family coming so I hope all goes well and you have a wonderful Thanksgiving. We'll have two for dinner on Saturday (Mark and Jenn). Enjoy the weekend!

Lavender Cottage said...

I can imagine how much fun it would be to work/volunteer at an historical place like this. When our granddaughter visited a pioneer village for a school trip, they were all given a jar with cream in and had to shake their way to some butter to take home. Grandma got to taste it, and it was delicious.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving Linda.
Judith

monika@mysweetprairie.ca said...

What beautiful photographs. : ) Happy Thanksgiving to you!
Monika in Saskatoon

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