Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Sweet Sisters + An Exciting Plan!


Living in Sisters is a blessing...life is just a bit slower than the big city down the road, lol.  We have a herd of town deer who hang out in the winter but, last week as I passed the Village Green a flock of turkeys cause a traffic jam (the traffic jam was my car).  They were heading to the edge of town...at least 15 of them!!!  



I met a couple of besties for shopping at the The Stitchin' Post and coffee at the The Sisters Coffee.  The Barista made me an almond milk latte...and I know the love was being passed on...but, I don't know...it looks more like a beet :)  What do you think??? 


I decided yesterday that I wanted to know a bit more about the quilters hanging out with me here, on The Quilt Roadies and Anna & G On The Road and so, I am excited about my new idea!  I am going to contact someone (a quilter) with a series of questions and post the answers and pictures I obtain once a month here.  That way we can get to know a bit more about each other!!! Stay tuned!!  

11 comments:

  1. I agree with you, but I think she meant it to be a chubby heart filled with love.

    I've never seen wild turkeys in real life!

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  2. We have wild turkeys here and they certainly are never in a hurry. We have learned that where there is one there is usually more. That heart is certainly ready to burst.

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  3. Latte looks delish, love seeing the turkeys..they look big?

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  4. We live on SE MN along the Mississippi River. My house is situated in the middle of one of the bluffs surrounding the town and the river. Our back yard buts up to the natural habitat of the bluffs behind us. We have 4 deer this winter that have been coming through our back yard. I think we have lost some of the older deer that was here when we first moved in 3 years ago. We also have a flock of about 25 turkeys that come by during late February and March depending on the weather. My husband saw a possum the other day and of course we have the squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks and birds to watch. We had a couple of coyotes a couple of years ago that decided to cross our yard. We are so fortunate to be able to observed these different species on our neck of the world. We just had 7 inches of snow, so we probably won't see much in the next few days. Love your blog and all the interesting things you share with us!

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  5. Well I vote for a beet or an onion and being that I like both...AND Lattes....well that's a win win. I was entertained by the wild turkeys and deer when we were in Kanab, Utah recently to volunteer at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. They were EVERYWHERE, much to my delight. I don't think I ever stopped smiling.

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  6. I live in the city in Southern NH - we "just" get moose, but once you go outside the city, you are very apt to see wild turkeys! I just read your article about your #1 quilting tool - I got one for my son for Christmas - he loves to cook but has a very busy job, so I hope he enjoys. Thinking I might need to get one for myself and I am also hopeless in the kitchen. Love your videos and constantly refer people to you!

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  7. Brilliant idea on getting to know your followers! I also vote for happy fat heart on the latte. Stay warm!

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  8. Just love your sense of humor, Anna (or humour as we Canadians would spell it.

    Great idea for getting to know your followers and for we followers to get to know some of us as the same time.

    Continue to love your blog and the Quilt Roadies. Thanks for all the work you put in to keep these going.

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  9. Anna ... I love your blog and following you. I wait with great anticipation for each new addition. You are a inspiration. Great idea on getting to know your followers.

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  10. I too enjoy your blog Anna! We have deer & wild turkeys in our area here in south central PA. Lately we are seeing cranes near our stream which surprised me, didn’t think they came this far inland maybe it’s global warming lol! Looking forward to getting to know your fellow quilters great idea!

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