Yesterday, I received a visit from a single mother with three youngsters. She stopped by for some unripe peaches.
It was very hard to get photos of her cubs because they were wrestling and running up the peach tree and quite unwilling to stay still. At first I only saw two cubs. But then the family went on high alert. Two of the cubs left for the woods and then a third came barreling out of the peach tree and followed them.
The mother followed shortly thereafter. I only saw the bears because Molly made a dash downstairs to watch the activities in the front yard. However, she makes the same dash for a squirrel or a moth, so I wasn't expecting much.
Despite all the visitors and packing, I have made more pickle wedges. I have 15 more wedges to make and then I can move on to the rest of the quilt.
Buddy doesn't know which project he prefers.
And here is another vintage butterfly...oops...let me amend that. Here is Molly's hind end heading upward while the vintage butterfly block falls downward.
And here's Molly looking around the design wall to assess her damages.
And here is the vintage butterfly block without kitten kommentary.