My Welcome Guest by Karen Kluba of Rosewood Manor is done! Yippee! What an easy stitch it was too. I so hope our friends will like it. I used beads in place of french knots on the top flowers. Click the pic if you want to see it better.
Jack is working hard on his chickens! It is a lot of cross stitching and outlining for him. But he is really enjoying it!
Our friend Bev came to visit Friday. Katie just fell in love with her and we all took a ride around town to show Bev the sights. I snuck the picture while she and Jack were being silly and trying to look tough and mean! LOL!
Now come take a ride with us! I so wanted to see the country road I lived on in the late 1970's. I had not been down there since right before Jack and I married in 1980. The elderly couple I lived with and cared for are long since gone. So was the house and I didn't want a picture. We start out on Highway 54 heading east.
The high bluffs on the north. We noticed that with all the rain a boulder the size of our little car had slid down and nearly went into the roadway.
A little baptist church that was not far from where I lived. They still have to use outhouses but they do have new ones!
Look hard toward the middle of this picture. This old cabin has nearly fallen in and is about 100 years old. it is across from the church.
What a view! I love hills!
You can see for almost forever!
A small part of Truman lake by Roscoe just north of Highway 82.
A large protected prairie in it's natural state not far from our little town.
I hope you liked the little ride. Thanks for coming along. And thank you to everyone for their concern with the flooding. Jack and I are fine. Our little house is on a hill near the top so while we do get some standing water and a bit of run off we do okay. And the good townsfolks are doing well also. We are a tough lot! LOL! God bless!