As promised, here are so more photos of the Show and Tell at Camp Quiltalot in Susanville. The quilts displayed by the attendees were amazing.
The maker of this quilt for her yet to be born grandchild said the mutt was in the middle.
This is a picture of the two gentlemen who did all of the cooking for the retreat. They cooked breakfast, lunch and dinner for 67 quilters! Laura Roberts is hugging one of the men. Laura is the owner of Country Pines Quilt Shop in Susanville. What a gem!
We were all packed up from the retreat, and needed to head out for the drive to Red Bluff. Gail's friends, Jim and Marilyn invited us to breakfast before we headed out of town. Jim cooked us a glorious breakfast of crepes on a wood burning stove.
Here's a picture of the fire box to show you the actual fire. It was 82 degrees in the kitchen. Jim reminded us of the phrase by Harry Truman. If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.
Marilyn is a very prolific quilter. Here are just few pictures of her beautiful creations.
This quilt hangs in her dining room and it was my view while devouring.....I mean very slowly eating and savoring my breakfast!
Under stormy skies we headed off to Red Bluff for a trunk show to the Sun Country Quilters that evening.
We had so much fun at Camp Quiltalot, we both signed up to attend next year. Maybe by then, the snow will be melted and I can get over the mountain pass! Wait a minute, we will experience another winter by then!