Monday, July 27, 2009

Really busy Summer

The campers are in full swing here in the Willamette Forest of Oregon. For the most part there are very friendly fun people here. But I must say there are the few as we all know. You know the few you would like to .......

Friday through Sunday finds us putting in many hours as we work in our 8 campgrounds that we are attending this summer. Usually our Monday and Tuesday runs are much shorter. Not in distance but in time spent.

Sorry i haven't been able to create more this summer to offer you and also haven't been able to get to posting photos of this gorgeous part of God's country.

On our days off we have been sight seeing. Last week found us doing a 900' climb in a mile to Carpenter Lookout. Wheww. That was a climb. We enjoy going to Eugene usually once a week to the farmers market and doing our shopping. Last week found us going to the newest Harry Potter Movie The Half Blood Prince.

Fall is just around the corner and I am still in hopes that I will be able to create some Halloween items. It is my favorite season to create for.

Lately my craft time has been spent on rug hooking the donkeys for the Noah's Ark Project. But those should be finished this week.


Saturday, July 4, 2009

Update on Dimensional Santa

Happy Independence Day.

I started assembling my North woods style Santa Yesterday.

This Santa is going to be awesome. Look for some pictures after July Fourth.


Thursday, July 2, 2009

The Noahs Ark Project

I am so excited to be a part of this fun Project. You really must take a peek at the Noak's Ark that was designed by Leonard Feenan. Many people have and are contributing to the project.

If you are at the Welcome Mat look up Leonard as there are some terrific photos of the animals and pieces of the ark.

I am going to be hooking a donkey and a donkey's head that will go in a window. This will be hooked with a #3. This should be so much fun to do.

There may still be some animals left if any one else is interested. They have to be hooked by the end of next month.

Just click below to learn a little more and to see the great photos.

Noahs Ark Project
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