Yesterday we were ready to get out of the cabin, so we decided to go to lunch and do a little shopping.
Afton is home to the world's largest Elk Horn arch, which spans 75 feet over 4 lanes of traffic in the middle of town.
The arch consists of 3,011 Elk antlers and weighs 15 tons.
Rae Ann knows the good places to eat. She suggested Rocky Mountain Seafood.
Rae Ann, Judi, me, Susanne
Who would have guessed that in a small town in the middle of Wyoming, we would find fresh seafood that is flown in daily.
With some of the best Halibut Fish and Chips I've ever had.
And of course, we had to check out the local quilt shop. It was small, but it had fabric, and we were happy.
Judi, Rae Ann and Susanne.
Rae Ann fixed us family favorite: peanut butter and marshmallow sandwiches. I had never heard of such a thing. I didn't want to be left out, so I tried one. Not bad!
I finished putting together my 9-Patch block exchange.
One of the fun parts about this quilt is that not one section has a repeat of fabric. A true scrap quilt.
I think I have "Quilters ADD". I've worked on 4 different quilts while I've been here, and this is the only finish. But, I'm having so much fun I figure it doesn't really matter.