Now that I have Internet connection, I will share with you in the next few days some of the "going-on's" from our time together.
When ever I attend a quilt retreat, it's always more than the quilting.
This was such a relaxing time. Rae Ann's cabin provides a place to read a book on the deck, or take a nap.
Each evening we witnessed the most spectacular sunsets.
We brought little gifts for each other.
Judi is modeling the apron that Susann made for each of us to wear while we worked.
Look at this cute pincushion made by Lori. She will be providing a tutorial soon over on her blog Bee In My Bonnet.
Judi shared with us tips on nutrition and healthy eating. Her food was delish!
She promised to post recipes on her blog Live Well With Judi.
Of course, since this was a quilt retreat, we had to include a snack table complete with chocolate.
Even though we brought with us more projects than a cat has fleas, we ran into town for a little fabric shopping.
Even the hardware store had a quilting section.
And we couldn't make a trip into Afton without stopping at our favorite restaurant Rocky Mountain Seafood, where they fly in fresh fish every day.
Who would have guessed you would find such amazing seafood in the middle of Wyoming?
The fish tacos were double yum.