There was a large number of quilts to view, some of them spectacular. I didn't spend a lot of time taking pictures but I captured a few. These two quilted (not pieced) by a woman in Gorham, Margaret Solomon Gunn. Paula took a class with her in April.
Of course, this was my favorite. It's amazing how the quilter could make the circles actually look like honey.
|"Won't You Take Me To Funkytown"|
|"Sunny Day Evolution"|
This would be a great way to use up a bunch of scraps.
We left there really wanting a good cup of coffee, so even though we checked our app, we drove around and around and around. We couldn't find any parking places near the coffee shops and it was spitting rain and pretty chilly (63*) so we ended up getting iced coffees at McDonalds. *sigh* We did find our way to Mallets Bay and parked in the only parking place we could find overlooking the water, even though it was restricted. We sat in the car, drank our coffee and ate our oatmeal raisin cookies that we brought from Keepin' it Local in Shapleigh.
We left there, went to Shaws and bought items for dinner, then settled into our rental for the night. We aren't very good night owls.
Another adventure awaits tomorrow.
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