Judy Mathieson was there talking about her quilts, the first I admit that took my breath away when I came upon them. Just a few here for you to see. I would never attempt anything of this genre with such detail, movement and tiny pieces, but IMPRESSED I AM.
And I liked this one too with the gaggle of women talking in the corner...
After viewing the over 200 quilts shown we drove through town, stopped at our 2nd favorite deli (its' our economy minded deli as we can get very good sandwiches for $4.95) and took them to the marina where DH backed into the parking space so we could sit on the tail gate and watch the boats go by.
And go by they did...a whole flotilla of sail boats paraded by right before our eyes...
That's my DH and our lunch!
And that is the parade that went on and on and on... Later we drove over to Tibourn and sat on a bench overlooking the water there
and watched this ferry boat transport people and bicyles from there to San Francisco.
Another good day was had by us.
;-) & ;-) *************************
When I get home later Sunday, perhaps I'll post some drawings,
as I will have spent the day in a Drawing class called
Drawing Without Fear
at the community college.