A few hours in Narita.

  Yesterday, we had a short one day stop over in Japan en route  to Bangkok. We were supposed to have a day and a half, but leaving ones passport in a hire car put paid to that unfortunately and rescheduling gave us less time to explore. Traveling from the USA to Bangkok, our fare…

Spaghetti for Breakfast.

  One of the things about travel… specially in the USA is that I can make one purchased meal last for three meals. Lunch at Olive Garden yesterday provided dinner and breakfast this morning. Yes, spaghetti for breakfast this morning. I stay in hotels for a large part of the year and I like to…

The little niggling things that pop up during travel.

8.30 am and we’ve had high drama this morning. We had a 6.00 am flight, so I set the alarm at 3.15 to leave for the airport at 4.00. All dressed, bags packed and I couldn’t find my passport folder. It’s always in my handbag but there was no sight of it. Unpack the four…

Working

This is a new format from Word Press.   I’m going to use it now on the new Ipad.  This is my third Ipad pro and its by far the most interesting to use.   So I pass the oldest one to my husband and I can actually use two at the same time…. do…

People, Portraits and Figures. Winners and my picks.

People, portraits, and figures, sponsored by the Grace Company. First Place.     Second Place, graphically portrayed with fabric.   Third Place. Makes me smile. I love this quilt. The portrait has an amazing command. I want to look at it over and over again. Judges Choice. Strong emotion.  

Quilts from the International Quilt Festival.

  I have so many quilts to share with you and so little time before we begin our next adventure. It’s so interesting going to Houston and walking around the quilt exhibition. Have you walked the aisles and seen a new technique and suddenly thought well why didn’t I think of that? Then on the…

International Quilt Festival Houston.

This exhibition was called the Power of Women. Actually its a competition so there were no names on the quilts… 

I enjoyed the variety of techniques used.

When the names are published I’ll add them.