Wednesday, October 7, 2015

An Eastern Adventure

I flew on Mr. Porter's Airline, to deliver my quilt from last week. It was a quick visit, with some fun thrown in.

On Saturday, my grandkittens were in a fashion show.

Don't they look excited about being in their Halloween costumes?

The weather was beautiful on Sunday, so we went Geocaching.

You can score a cache find if you manage to get a picture of the Tidal Bore coming in, with your GPS in the picture. The last time I was in Moncton, I missed the picture by about 5 minutes. This time, I got it.

The tidal bore is that light brown line, in the river, near the top of the picture.

I had the opportunity to have coffee with one of my quilting heroes, Karen Neary. I have made 3 of her patterns and she has made me love paper piecing (instead of fearing it).

Of course, I couldn't come home without some New Brunswick yarn.

Turtlepurl Yarns are dyed in Hillsborough, NB. I bought this skein at Cricket Cove in Moncton. The colourway is called Angry Birds.

It was a fun weekend. Now I am home, and back to my usual routine.


  1. Looks like you crammed in a little bit of everything, and came home with a treasure. Pity the felines were not quite as happy, was it an endurance for them to be dressed so smartly? Or is this their " Happy Look"?

  2. Wow. You had a fun trip! I didn't even know what a Tidal Bore was. Lucky you to have snapped that picture. And I love the sock yarn. Those will be bright socks! and a great souvenir of your trip.