After I do that I'm off for Lincoln, NE. On Saturday, I'm headed for the International Quilt Study Museum! Been wanting to do that one for a long while.
Speaking of quilts-we weren't speaking of quilts? We are now! Quinn and I went for a drive to take some photos and these were sighted!
Arrowrock. I'll admit I was looking for a coke! Didn't find one, sigh, settled for wine instead. I turned down another country road to turn around and look what I found!
This barn was definitely in better shape though!
The land here is rolling hills. Along with the 6 foot+ corn crops everywhere it's hard to get a good picture. This is a place of tidy farms with lovely names like Rose Hill and Black Arrow Farm, contented cows, pastures which have had their first cut-big rolls of hay abound, the signs that wheat has been harvested and soybeans. Very green. I have to say though that if nature had it's way it would be a nearly impenetrable sea of trees and underbrush!
Sometimes right there inside a corn field is an old silo, no longer used but lovely to see! (More corn is
Last, but certainly not least are some roadside flowers! First the Queen Anne's lace. Considered a noxious weed by somebody who is somebody I have always loved it. In fact I have some in my gardens at home. That's corn in the background-I'm telling you there's corn everywhere!
Lastly, are the lilies. I don't know what they are called exactly, I call them cemetery lilies as you nearly always find them in old country cemeteries. They have been moved around from old homesteads when roads are built and such and you see them everywhere.
I'm off now to learn how to link this post to Facebook! Wish me luck!