Bill was attending the ASME (American Society Manufacturing Engineers) code meetings in Boston & I love Boston, so I went with him as he had 2 days of no meetings. That meant that I had time in the lovely Double Tree Hilton to do some stitching. I chose to do a summer embroidery that was done by Moda probably a decade ago. The panel had 12 - 10" summer squares.
The colours I'm using reminds me of watermelon & watermelon is the taste of summer, well I do say the same phrase with lemon meringue pie!
With left over flannel backing I underlined each of the 12 blocks stitching them & then serging them - now ready for embroidery.
Let the stitching begin...
I was able to get some stitching done in the airport & am so happy that small under 2" blades are now allowed to go aboard with you. I use to use the cutter on the dental floss container.
More stitching was done in the hotel room & the open foyer that offered excellent pure light for perfect stitches. :-)
Now for some touring---
The wildlife was entertaining to watch
Looking straight on at one of the most very active cities I've ever visited!
After walking over up & down the meandering area, we never saw it. We even went to the local realestate office to make our inquiry. She had no idea however & sent us in the direction to walk in the area of homes that looked like the styling of our quest.
Even with it being garbage day, the streets were beautiful with all the spring buds in full bloom & the colours of the flowers just awed our visual on this walk.
Upon our ride back to Boston we went through the town of Lynn, established in the 1600's!
It made me think of my girlfriend Lynn who was looking after the little man, my Boris Loree the Boston Terrier.
While waiting for our plane & hoping to get out earlier on a stand-by for an earlier flight a storm moved in with thunder & lighting.
An announcement was made that everything is on hold & all workers outside were to come inside till the storm pasted, it was quite a thunder & lighting storm!