Even though we don’t have a sticks and bricks home anymore, it still feels like I’m home when we arrive in Wisconsin. We’re grateful that we didn’t have any problems in our travels this winter. No ladders in the road and no tires damaging our RV. It was a blessedly uneventful trip!
We’re looking forward to spending the summer at Derge Park again. We love the peacefulness and beauty of this park and feel very fortunate that we found this camphost position.
The great news is that we have a full hook-up site this year. I’m sure Kevin will not miss pulling the tote to the dump station.
Wisconsin had a very mild winter. The grass is super long. Last year when we arrived here on April 20th there was snow on the ground. This year they already had to cut the grass once before we got back. Kevin will be quite busy just getting all the grass cut his first week back to work.
As we traveled back home, I spent some of the time hand sewing the binding to the quilt I made to donate to the camp our son Korey works at. Here’s the finished product. I sure hope they like it. I’m learning with every quilt I make. This quilt is not perfect, but I worked very hard on it. One thing I learned is to not use solid, dark fabric for the backing. I had a very hard time getting the tension right so the top thread didn’t show on the back. Oh well, I think they’ll be hanging it up and no one will see the back.
I had found this pattern with the Bible verse fabric at a quilt expo last year and thought it would be perfect for a church camp. I printed a label on some printable fabric I bought. This is the first quilt I’ve put a label on.
Rain and cool temperatures are predicted for today. We’re going to drive to my mom’s and pick up our car and some things we stored there over the winter. It will be good to see her again.
I’ll leave you with the sunset we had last night. It’s great to see the sun set over a Wisconsin farm again.
Don’t wish upon a star – Reach for one!