|Maxing on the beach.|
How do people take sand-free
feet photos on the beach?!
Not much quilty to report. While I brought my Stained Glass Lillies, I didn't make a single stitch -- too much relaxing to do. My favourite little sewing scissors were confiscated on the way home by security (even though there was no problem on the way down and the scissors were well within the limits of stipulated by air travel regulations) -- Grrr! I found one fabric store in Liberia, but didn't find any quilting cotton. I know there's a quilt store/retreat near San José, but we weren't anywhere near there. I did get to read two of Jennifer Chiaverini's book though. Love those Elm Creek Quilters. :) And I came home with a good quilt idea, which I hope to start working on soon.
I thought you might find some of the random textural/patterns sights we came across interesting...
|And it was...each blade of this fan in the new Liberia|
airport was probably 12' long.
|My favourite pic of the trip - the hubster enjoying the waterfalls at Bagaces.|
|Cow at the top of the waterfalls at Bagaces...after our swim, thank goodness!|
|Chicken buses in Nicaragua. Apparently named for what people bring on the bus|
rather than what I thought -- what they play with other cars while passing.
|Fits my completely fabricated conspiracy|
theory that the Rotary Club
is part of the Freemason organization.
Here is my 'proof' that they also run Nicaragua. ;)
|Iron work - Love|
|More lovely ironwork|
|Cool looking flower - ahem!|
|Black sand -- HOT!|
|No idea what this plant is called, but I love the red!|
|Love the shape|
|Check out the colours of the pot|
|It looks cool, but this chair is NOT comfortable!|
It's a little early, but I'll be linking up with Cindy @ Live A Colorful Life's Really Random Thursday 'cause it doesn't get much more random than this...
Now to decide what to work on next...