Wow, it has been a busy summer! We spent the 4th of July week with my sis in law and brother in law in Pittsburgh PA. They are such a fun couple to be with and we always have a great visit with them. It is our tradition to go out and have a big breakfast to start off our 4th of July morning.
We always go to a little spot in the country on a par 3 course called Chubs Place.
How yummy does this look? That Pittsburgh Italian bread... OMG I can't get enough of it when I'm there!
We also spent time with our niece and her darling little family.
It was a good week flooded with many fond memories of growing up in Pittsburgh.
But all good things must come to an end and before you know it we were on the road heading home to our Daisy. Our cooler was packed with some of our favorite Pittsburgh foods. We stopped for lunch at a rest area along the road and had chipped ham sandwiches, Wise potato chips and cupcakes to celebrate our 45th anniversary!
Lots of wedding events happening as the big day draws closer and closer for our cute couple.
Here is our sons beautiful bride to be at the lovely Bridal shower her sister gave her. They are going to need a bigger kitchen lol.
Once home it was time to pack my totes full of quilts models and goodies to take to Hutchinson Kansas. I spy a protester on my tote here!
It was such a pleasure to present trunk shows to both the Heart of Kansas guild and Evening Star guilds in Hutchinson. Two wonderful guilds that share their love of sewing and also support their community with various projects.
Before leaving Hutchinson Hubby and I took a unusual tour we had read about. The Hutchinson Salt Mine has a museum "Stataca" which allows you to go 650 feet below ground on an excellent guided tour. I was a little nervous at 1st, but my fears were quickly laid to rest and this was a unique and really cool experience for all age groups.
Hubby collecting a salt rock sample.
Upon returning home again to a happy Daisy, I released my latest pattern"Harvest Moon"
This runner is just so pretty for Fall, made from wool it measures 12" x 34". You can find it now on my website at www.cleoandme.com and my Etsy store: Cleo and Me Patterns.
And now it's time to get running. Next week we'll have our Oklahoma Grandsons for a visit!
It looks like August will be another busy and full month.