Friday, June 6, 2008

John Owen went to Ecology Camp - Camp Discovery at the Louise Kreher Forest Ecology Preserve this week. He had a great time. It was his second year to attend the camp. They learn about native animals, plants, etc... He especially enjoyed learning about the snakes. They waded in a creek and found salamanders, turtles, frogs, bugs, and fish. He loves this kind of camp and I am glad that we have such a great learning opportunity for him within driving distance.

The quilt above is a small wallhanging I completed using some of my "reject" Dear Jane blocks. I just included it here for eye candy since I didn't have any photos from the camp.

For those of you who asked, the new kitty cat's name is now Chuck-Fuzz. My kids named him, don't ask how they came up with it or what it means - who knows! LOL. If you didn't read about the rescue kitty, you don't know that they originally thought it was a girl and named it Zelda. I noticed that it was actually a boy and they had to change the name.

Until later,



Bunny said...

Love those blocks and have always love the Dear Jane quilt.

Linda C. said...

Jane blocks look great. Glad to find another quilting hockey fan, and you got your wish . . . the Red Wings took the cup. I saw quite a bit of the triple overtime game, but I couldn't hold my head up any longer. We're Blackhawk fans at our house, but they've played so poorly for so many years, I'm afraid we were fair weather fans. With the changes there, perhaps they will start a winning tradition again!