An Unusual Treat

I haven’t made a lot of progress on my Elizabeth quilt; I did cut out the setting triangles and hopefully will find the time and energy to work on them this week. Work really does take up a lot of my time and then there is life…

If you’ve been following my blog for any time you know that I have another passion, but I usually have to wait until June to indulge myself. This year has been different due to some very unseasonably high temperatures that cleared the ice off the lakes.

I worked some overtime on Saturday this weekend and then spent Sunday:


Fishing, here is my first catch of the season. (ok one of my goals for the year is to get over my fear of holding live fish!

It was a beautiful bright sunny day and time just flew by, but oh the fresh air and sunshine was wonderful and we did bring home a great catch. We know what we are having for supper tonight.

(note that I had programmed my new camera for this shot, I really love the blues and how they were captured, I thought the camera was still set for this next shot but the colour doesn’t reflect it)

I also love old buildings esp houses/homesteads, this was taken at the end of the day at the boat launch:



About wendysquilting

Professional Longarm Machine Quilter in Thunder Bay Ontario.
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4 Responses to An Unusual Treat

  1. Darlene says:

    I think you had a fabulous day! Great catch – yummy dinner. 🙂

    Wendy, when you leave a comment on my blog you come up as “no reply” – would it possible to give me your e-mail address so I can reply to your comments? Thank you!


  2. wendysquilting says:

    Hi Darlene,
    Our fishing day really was wonderful and we really enjoyed supper tonight, its hard to beat fresh Walleye!
    my email is I’ve tried to find out how to change that no reply setting but so far no luck. Any idea how to make the change?


  3. Nancy Watkins says:

    Your Elizabeth quilt is stunning. I can’t wait to see the finishing triangles. I have a problem with holding fish too! As soon as they wiggle, I can’t stand it.
    Nancy in WI


  4. Joanne Hall says:

    I just left a note somewhere else on your site but forgot to mention how stunning and beautiful your Elizabeth Quilt is!!! Cannot wait to see the finished product. It is breath taking. And yes, I find quilts breath taking !!


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