Exercise & lawn mowing tomorrow & the Miramichi Plant Sale on Friday, with Heather.
Here are the some photos of our EBH Plant Sale last Saturday. Nearly everything was sold out & my basket aprons were a big hit! The full ones sold out & the 1/2 aprons, I now have one left!
Home Front - Pet Report~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
She has even started chasing them, she has turned into a real bully. Sometimes I hear a pup wimpering & it's because she has them in a room & sits at the doors opening, not allowing them to pass. They are terrified of him, he out weighs them too, at 22lbs now!
They don't even like eye contact with Mr. Boots. lol
This morning, I just went to brush my teeth & when I went into the kitchen... What?!!!
Notice the yarn going from his crate to Bridget's crate?!
Bridget was sucking on it like it was spaghetti! You can see why puppies can get themselves into trouble. I normally put them in their crates when I leave the room. I won't make that mistake again!
The Seamen's Hospital Visit
I was at the Seamen's Hospital today in Miramichi, formerly Douglastown. The funding for restoration & repairs, were announced & a tour & refreshments were served afterwards.
This hospital, built in 1830, is the only Marine Hospital in North America & it's right here in the Miramichi! I use to go to quilt guild meets there, a few years back & I just loved the charm of this building. The location of this hospital is beautiful too, as it faces the mighty, Miramichi River.
All the windows will be replaced, just about half are done now.
And Now I'll Take You Inside!
And that is a good thing! Several London mayors, made the news... not in a good way.
Christel then took us on a guided tour of the Seamen's Hospital~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It is no longer operative but electric logs give the feeling of what, once was.
The sink will be replaced with a vanity & the lower window will again be exposed but with a frosted bottom to give privacy, yet still allowing in the light.
Now it is just storage & in the center of the photo, you can see the second fireplace.
Thank Joycelye, for taking such a great picture of us!