This is the completed firepit! Arnie & Keegan worked together on their days off over the summer to get this ready for fall! Of course it has only just cooled off enough to use it! Hopefully this weekend we will christen it with s'mores and hot cocoa!
It encompasses a fairly large area of the backyard! It was one of the hottest days of the summer the day they started this huge project! I don't know who was going to kill me first! I did keep bringing them cold dr
Castle Rock border, weed barrier and pea gravel!
Arnie hard at work digging up all the grass! It looks like I goofed on my order of things! Oh well, at least I remembered to get pictures of this project! I usually forget until it's half way completed!
This is the 10th Anniversary of the Quilt Gardens Along the Heritage Trail. We have 19 gardens this year as well as 22 hand-painted, quilt-themed oversize murals. In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Quilt Gardens, over 50 Seward Johnson life inspired sculptures will be on display. Each garden has a sculpture with the remaining sculptures positioned in the individual, welcoming downtowns throughout Elkhart County. If you stay 3 consecutive nights with us at the Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast Mon-Thurs your third night is Free!
This one is in the park in Elkhart snd I had my husband Arnie pose with the boys and their kite!
Part of Linton's Quilt Garden!
Mural at Welfield Botanical Gardens in Elkhart.
Elkhart County Historical Muesum in Bristol! Keep watching for further info and photos!
Now I get to figure out a whole new computer grapevine! Our new website came with new blog pages/posts and now I get to enter into this new world too! Thanks to Aaron from BNBWebsites for all the time and talent it took to help me with this new world! I will be putting together some pics from the
2013 Quilt Gardens here in Elkhart County! There sure are some gorgeous gardens this year!
One of the many quilts at the Honeyville Quilt Auction coming up April 13, 2013 at 4110 S 1000 W in Millersburg, Indiana! You can preview the selections of quilts, wall hangers, rugs etc. on the day before! Everyone enjoys looking at the beautiful array of gorgeous handmade quilts and trying to get the best deal they can! It is an interesting and exciting way to spend a day here in Amish Country! You might even be able to catch a buggy ride!