Friday, September 14, 2018

Quick ADK visit

     Last weekend, we took a short break to drive to the Adirondacks, Old Forge, NY, (4 1/2 hrs.) because my daughter wanted to visit one last time before she starts back to teaching after her leave. The weather was fine (isn't always in September) and I also caught a guild show in the Old Forge Library- the first time this guild ever did a display. It was just 2 nights, but I sure love to visit there. We did a short hike to Lock and Dam, and I walked the stroller while my husband and daughter kayaked. The baby, Sidney, was so much fun.







My favorite coffee place
Small art quilt with experiments with rust on fabric

Blurry, but I just loved the composition and colors

 

7 comments:

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

Fall is a perfect time for a little getaway and short ones are usually more fun than long trips.

Alycia Quiltygirl.com said...

What a beautiful place! I would want to visit it again too! and a cute baby - that makes everything more fun!

Shasta Matova said...

That looks like a fantastic place to go to to get away and get refreshed. Your rust experiments are fabulous!

Donnie said...

Wow! That’s my autumn leaf quilt on the very bottom of your post. I’m honored.

Sarah said...

Looks like the trees were still pretty green, bummer. How do u get to Lock & Dam? Looks like a great place to check out this weekend. Also, do you remember how long the show at the library is running? Strange thing, it was supposed to be cold & rain all weekend but Florence has pushed that all away. Might be her only good side.

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Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Daughter, grandbaby and quilts, what a great weekend you had.