Nice rock! (I'll see what I can dig up from Ontario.)Love that new header.
Your post reminds me of all the odd things my sister brought us back from her time living in the US. Cotton plant tops and teasels...oh, and a rather nice teatowel! I still have it all somewhere.I used to be in an expat knitting group in Moscow. One of the Texan ladies collected pebbles- one from every beach she'd ever visited. She carted this collection all over the world. They were all big uns as well. Takes all sorts.
we have rocks from all over...strange tooi can remember where they all come fromeven if i don't peak of the note i wrote to the bottom:)
Well, goodness, that is a lovely Arizona treat. Mmmm... this gives me an idea. Love the mapping of the rock's "travel", Sarah. Take care.Candace
I like the way your two photos show the difference in size between Arizona and the UK! When I was in Houston I talked to a couple who had driven there from Dallas 9both of course in Texas!) - it had taken them 5 hours - if I drove east or west for 5 hours I would be in the sea, and north and south would take me to each ond of Britain!!
I love maps and I agree with frayedattheedge on the difference in sizes. Your new rock looks fantastic. I like the warm colour.
Fabulous pics!My post today has the crow pattern and instructions.Have a sweet day!
Such a sweet and magical post! Also, I love the new blog look dear Sarah♥
That's a very distinctive header. I really like it.It looks a warm rock. Sent with warm wishes I should think.
Did the rock accumulate any flyer miles? ;o) LOL! Very fun gift... Happy weekend, Sarah ((HUGS))
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