Sunday, September 16, 2007

One tired little hen........

Here she is my tired momma hen sitting trying to lay yet another egg

The wall hanging is finished and ready to send to Finland - I'm merrily stitching away at the two needlecases to send for the two runners up in the US
Thought I'd show you some pics of Sarah's D of E practice expedition the other weekend
This shot shows you how glorious the heather is looking on the top of the Quantocks - stunning! We are so lucky here to be within a short drive of the coast and to have this stunning 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' (AONB) backdrop to the town.
Here's my big girl leading the pack on the second day - still smiling despite the weight of their packs and a few blisters.
And finally when they got to their destination a group photo - some very tired but duly proud teenagers with Sarah goofing it on the floor

9 comments:

Sweet P said...

What a gorgeous wallhanging.

Your daughter looks like she is having a good time.

Karen said...

Oh, don't they all look so happy and healthy...and young! Your daughter looks happy.

Libby said...

Love that chicky - hope she lays that egg, soon *s*

Those smiles just show what a good time they are having. Good for them!

Carol E. said...

That is stunning natural beauty you are enjoying. Thanks for sharing the lovely picture.

Clare said...

Missed out on a Bebbs masterpiece again (sniff sob - sniff sniff!). Lovely photo of DD1.

Haven't been watching the rugby - have gone into mourning over the rugby and the football - France is wearing black!

Lily said...

Anne the border fabric is a riot!!! Where on earth did you find that? It's great.

atet said...

What a lovely mini-quilt and such fun hiking for your daughter. Those fields of heather are simply breathtaking!

And the goodies in the mail recently -- wow! Such fun fabrics and goodies!

Fiona said...

At least we're enjoying reasonable weather now instead of the rain in the summer - allthe better for hiking in the countryside.

Dawn said...

Oh my gosh! That chicken fabric and embroidery chicken go so well together! The stitched hen looks so sad! I want to cuddle her right up! I love it!