|ready to rust! only 6 days to go.|
When we removed the fabric it was a mess of wet smelly bits of rusty steel wool. Taking it apart was a bit of a challenge. But when we saw the results we were determined to try it again. Now, whenever I am out cycling or walking I am always on the lookout for old rusty treasures.
It's been a busy summer with BBQs, music nights and now, a friend visiting from Newfoundland. I am working away on my quilting in spite of the hot weather but most of it I am keeping under wraps for now. My commissioned piece is past the crucial stage and I am enjoying the process. I was accepted into a show at the Glebe Community Centre in November and am working on some smaller pieces for that weekend as well. In less than 2 weeks I am off to Newfoundland to hike the East Coast Trail. I know I will come back brimming with ideas. Since it has been so hot here all summer, I am not in the best of shape for hiking. I am hoping it will be cooler (but dry?) out there. I think I'll be taking it slow and steady.