|Aunt Barbara, my dad and cousin Robin|
Next stop-Maryland! I had been able to snag a rare drop spindle from Hatchtown Farm and it was waiting for me at my sister's place. Lucky for me I was able to get some Anzula BFL roving at the show so I had something to test it with. It spins great!
|Chesapeake Bay Bridge|
|This is an airfield for people who have homes that back up to this strip. Their homes have small airplanes in the garage!|
|Marina outside Dirty Dave's|
|My sister on the phone.|
|The lovely pool|
|And a free champagne cocktail to relax with before the rains came.|
|We decided to stay in for dinner!|
|How could I resist that tub! I had a rose scented bath bomb from LUSH with me.|
|Library with a hidden door!|
|Behind the door. It's bigger on the inside.|
|Antique ink well.|
|The inn had it's own bee keeper. They have Linden trees. Yes, I bought a tiny jar home.|
We headed back into Saint Michael's for an ice tea break on our way back. The town is charming.
|Of course I found the local yarn shop!|
|I spotted this home on our way back home.|
Next stop, my sister's house, where her cat finally decided I could be trusted.
My sister took me to her local farmer's market where this lovely shepherdess sells her yarn. Kiparoo farm!
|I bought some Madelines from this well known bakery.|
My daughter flew in on July 1st and started taking pictures. This is a one of my parents wedding pictures-on the left. On the right is my aunt whose picture was at the top of this post.
On July 2nd, my daughter and I packed up the car and headed west.
The same weekend, my son was headed north from Arizona. He moved up to Seattle. Can't wait to visit him next month! I love Seattle.
This is our drive west to Kentucky. It poured on us through West Virginia.
|First state line crossed!|
We stopped in Clarksburg to visit the Stonewall Jackson statue.
|My daughter can't resist being in front of her own camera.|
First day adventure almost over. The rain ended and we had a great sunset. Next stop-Kentucky.