Look at those ears! This is an adaptation of a pattern by Lorna of Sew Fresh Quilts that I have had so much fun with! Remember this one and these!
My husband and I just returned from a week in Bar Harbor, Maine. Acadia National Park is one of my favorite places on earth.
It was a perfect place to spend a New England style Independence Day. Starting off with a massive blueberry pancake breakfast, we found great seats for the Bar Harbor parade that this year celebrated the 100th anniversary of Acadia National Park.
Can you see the sign below the bike that reads 'Early Acadia.' Dinosaurs, get it? I thought it was a riot anyway. And then I met these guys:
1-2-3 Dance...hysterical! After the parade we rushed over to the races...the lobster races!
In addition to my love of Acadia, we annually leave our house in New Hampshire to our son and his wife who hold a gala July 4th party there (a tradition that started when we had to get our poor dog as far away from fireworks as possible). First we received this lovely cheese tray from Odin and Nolan (two black labs staying at our house for the weekend). How sweet!
Now, time to spend a little more time in the sewing room. Or, maybe I could go kayaking....
Have a wonderful weekend and be kind to others. Linking up with finish it up Friday!