One just never knows what to expect from Katie Allman of Kid'l de Divey Woolens. Saturday evening dinner was one of those times. Since this year's theme was Horsin' Around at the Lake ~ a Rootin' Tootin' Good Time, Sam the Bartender from Gunsmoke showed up, serving us Sarsaparilla.
Sheriff Matt Dillon also paid us a visit . . .
. . . along with Miss Kitty.
The annuals at Lakeside are still beautiful. Most hanging baskets are already looking weary, but not this one. It consists of two pots and is probably 5' across.
Wikipedia defines a cairn as "a human-made pile (or stack) of stones". I posted pictures of these last year, but I think they have been added to. I just love the fact that no one disturbs them. In so many places, that would not be the case.
Eke and Zeke is very near completion and I've decided on my next project. It is another Lori Brechlin pattern, Old Tom. I've never hooked a turkey so we'll see how I do on this one. It is a small pattern, measuring approximately 12" x 15", so it should hook up quickly.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)