Ron and I took the doggies to the battlefield this morning. We were a bit later than usual because we went to Goosecreek Ruggers Guild meeting last night in Leesburg VA. I think we got settled into bed around 11:00. This is way too late for us early birds. Ron commutes to work 1.5 hrs each day so getting to bed early is a must for us.
Anyway, I'm off subject aren't I? The weather here in Western Maryland has been just beautiful the last couple days. This morning it felt like a cool fall morning. As we walked through the fields at the battlefield we came across several deers. A couple were bucks which we usually don't see. They ran for the woods as soon as they heard us. The beagles got the scent and the beagle songs began. Ron saw the Blue Heron down by the water, but I missed him. We sat on a bench for a while hoping he would come back out, but he didn't. I must admit I enjoyed our little bench break. We gave the doggies some water and a half of a Milk Bone. Yes, I carry treats for the dogs and no they are not spoiled at all (wink).
Last Saturday we had our With Hands and Hearts Antietam Fiber Artist Guild meeting. The rugs everyone brought to work on and to show were simply beautiful. Enough of me running away with the fingers I'll just show you the photos. Enjoy!
I have more photos, but some are dark because my battery was dying on me.
After a good charge I have some photos from Goosecreek and I'll post them I hope this weekend.
I'm going to the West Virginia Fiber Fest Hook-in tomorrow and I'm taking my camera with me. More photos.
Mary or should I say Princess Woolley Bear are riding together and have plans for a stop at the bakery for some glazed knots. If you don't know what they are, you don't want to because they are just soooo very good, but not good for you at all. Also, we are leaving early enough to have time to stop at any and all yard sales we come across.
Have a great weekend!