These lovely pictures were emailed to me by Linda Lum DeBono, courtesy of Blank Quilting.
Winter in Bloom went for a walk in Bryant Park!
I first 'revealed' this quilt on September 9th, my day for the bloghop.
You can read more about it HERE.
Meanwhile, I am still
freezing working my arse off in Alaska!
I am undergoing extreme withdrawals from six weeks of NO SEWING!
This is the view near my 'camp'.
Mt. Blackburn (not really visible in this picture - on the far right) is the tallest of these four peaks, but because it is the most distant from the road it looks smaller. Mt. Drum, which dominates the view in Glennallen, is actually the shortest. Mt. Wrangell is a steaming volcano..
What a surprise I had when a moose and her calf strolled by my trailer at sunrise a few days ago!
I was standing just 10ft away and happened to be holding my phone. I switched it to camera mode as I hurriedly sneaked around the truck to get a shot. It seemed as if they were strolling; unfortunately I captured their butts heading into the tundra 'forest'! Their stroll is actually pretty darn fast! I would share the picture, but it is very dark. The sun had not actually risen yet. Still, I am excited to have finally seen my first moose! As well, a cute & playful little ermine visits daily, and I have spotted several ptarmigans, ravens, and hawks.
Internet is quite sporadic here, and my time online very limited.
Please do not think me rude if I am unable to reply to comments throughout the month of September!
Thank you for visiting, I look forward to reading what others are sharing today for Friday Finishes -
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Today is Day Eleven of the Jaftex 85th Anniversary Bloghop!
Visit Penny at Sew Simple Designs to see what she made with Peppered Cottons!