Saturday, August 29, 2009

Wyoming, Idaho & Oregon...

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Paul Harvey on Wagon Wheels

Paul Harvey on Coffee Wagon

GPS Unit

This lives on the windshield when we are traveling.
It is great for finding Quilt Shops.

Antler Arch in Jackson, Wyoming

Each year Elk naturally shed their antlers and grow new ones.
The elk are fed hay each winter in Jackson, Wyoming.
This is what they leave behind.

Shoshone Falls, Idaho

The Iron Horse

This stretch limo is the only way to travel.
No matter what I find along the way, there is always plenty of room to haul it home!

Covered Wagon in John Day, Oregon

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oh my gosh. I just had a flash back to my childhood. I have been to that arch or antlers. totally never recalled it, I must have been 5 years old. wow. that was pretty wild... thanks for sharing!

Susan said...

The GPS is great for finding things, except that if the word "quilt" isn't in the name of the shop, it doesn't show up! Some of my favorite quilting shops are missing traveling customers ("Country Sampler," "Village Creek," Stitcher's Crossing"). I hope new shop owners (may they be plenty) take this under consideration when choosing a name for their business.

Glad you're having such a fine trip.