Ramblings about my life, my love of primitive quilting, and my love of Montana and it's wildlife
So beautiful, can't believe you get to see them out your window, amazing, Francine.
thanks as always for sharing your photos Nancy...these sheep are especially dear...wouldn't you love to know their stories...got a good laugh out of the now 20 block quilt...
I'm dreaming that I take a cup of tea in front of your kitchen's window :)Thanks for these photos and have a good winter day .In France, the cold arrives finally !!
Hi Nancy,It's cold here in England too but the view from my window isn't so interesting. English sheep are white and woolly but the first lambs of the year are arriving so hopefully spring will be here in a few weeks.Keep warm and cosy.Angela.x
Wow...what wonderful pictures and what a view you have! Just gorgeous....We haven't had any snow yet on the Eastern Shore of Maryland....keeping my fingers crossed we get something this year!! One little snowfall of 2 inches last year! :-(
Wonderful pictures! I wish I too was staring out the window looking at them. Keep warm and happy quilting,Hugs Cheri
What a lovely view! The sheep are wonderful - I can see where you could name them. It will be interesting to read what studies come out of the tracking.Love your header quilt.LoL - fewer applique blocks - sounds like a plan!! You might change your mind after 20 though.
as always i enjoy your view out your windows! im glad you are keeping busy on the these long january days. i woke to -22 today so staying in and catching up! enjoy your day with your beautiful wild life and kittys!
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