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Friday I called Pat and asked if she wanted to road trip. SURE!! We drove to Sioux City (IA-SD-NE) and visited Heart and Hands Dry Goods. Pat bought a pattern and I did a little stash enhancing. Next we saw a sign advertising Palmer Candy Company. Pat bought treats for the grands. The shop was full of candy and shoppers and had lots of staff to scoop your goodies into bags for you.
We were looking for a particular store--the on-line maps were wrong and we toured Iowa for a while. Thought we might end up in Omaha--but we found an exit and got turned around and headed north again. Pat and I are road tripping again on Friday. Pat asked if I know the stores in Sioux Falls better than IA?
Last week Laura Beth and family camped with us. While Laura Beth was drying her hair the breaker kept flipping. We blamed it on her Industrial Strength hair dryer and said she'd have to use mine. Ken suggested she go outside and use the direct plug in on the camper electrical box. So Laura Beth--this picture is for you. Your own Outdoor Hair Salon. (courtesy of your father!)
After they left Ken and I remembered we were running the central air, an electric fry pan and the microwave. Adding the hair dryer was too much. Sorry Laura Beth--it really wasn't your Industrial Strength Hair dryer!
- Cut out Red Rainbow Scrappy blocks
- Finish a YoYo block
- Bind teal/orange quilt