Two of my favorite things to do are sew and run. If I had to pick between the two, and I hope I never do, I think running would win. I am lucky enough to be able to walk out my front door and in a very few minutes be in a beautiful, pristine place. I do an 8.5 mile loop six days a week. The vertical climb is about 1500 feet. The leaves in the above picture were at an altitude of about 7000 feet. The picture was taken today and it's the first sign I've noticed that fall is coming.
The sunflowers seem to be having a great year. They are EVERYWHERE on the mountain.
I've saved the best picture for last. This is my dear friend and running buddy Sandy giving me a little pose on the fence line at one of our stop points. I'm quite sure she is the funniest girl on the planet. Her razor sharp wit and uncompromisingly clear view of things have carried me up this mountain through some very dark times. I would wish such a friend for everyone.
Teaching Schedule for 2017
t of St Louis SAGA
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April 28 - May 2
Fiming new vidoes for Classic Sewing magazine
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Prairie Bell Smockers (SAGA)
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Beech Island, South Carolina
Low Country Smockers (SAGA)
Charleston, South Carolina
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St. Louis Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri
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