From one Grand Adventure to another!

I was blessed to have had the opportunity to spend 10 days with my oldest granddaughter (her high school graduation present).  We enjoyed our time between Vancouver and Seattle. Lots of sites were seen, laughs to be had and very memorable moments.

Now I’m back home and getting back to my backlog of customer quilts.  I am down to my last three before I can turn my focus on to our next great adventure!

Our next great adventure will take us approximately 9000 miles and three months to make. I will be teaching Art and Stitch in Nebraska, Colorado, Montana, Utah, California, Arizona and Tennessee.  The charm of being able to travel with a travel trailer and my husband is that we actually get to see part of the country as we move along. Our hope is to be able to visit National parks.  I am looking forward to Glacier, Yellowstone, Arches, Canyonland, Bryce, Yosemite and the Grand Canyon.  I think I may have missed some but I’m sure will be adding to the list as we continue on.

We are very lucky to have family in Rochester taking care of our home so we don’t have to worry about that!  All we need to worry about is our home on wheels 🙂

I figure I will be sharing our great adventure through my blog as it will post to Facebook as well. I am thinking that some of the post may get long and it’s harder to read long post on Facebook I think.

So stay tune if you’re interested in where in the world are Rich and Carol, we hope to meet some of you along our route this year. If you haven’t registered for one of my classes and are interested please go to the following website:

Til next time!

About simplythebestquilting

I am a certified Art & Stitch teacher and am available to travel to teach Art & Stitch, I also teach Art & Stitch online! Please contact me for further information on either learning options, I am a Non-Smoking professional longarm quilt business located in Rochester, Minnesota. Check out my website for further information on all the services and classes available @
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