Only “O”

I had fun with this week’s letter “O”.  Some are a little outlandish, maybe even odd. 

Here’s the mountain biker’s pit stop, “Outhouse”.Image

Out of gas!

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Our monsoon season had the San Pedro River Overflowing. It’s normally shallow enough to walk across.Image

And because of the rains, the Ocotillo are green,Image

and blooming!Image

Something “Old”.  It’s a quilt made in 1863 by my Great-Great Grandmother.  It was the last quilt she made before going blind.  It has never been washed and you can still see the pencil markings for the hand quilting.Image

Lastly, an orifice and orifice hook.Image

Duffy was a little ornery and wouldn’t stand still for his Photo Opportunity.

See ya!

 

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About psobrien

Hi, my name is Sandy and I am a retired professional quilter turned fiber artist with my main interest in spinning wool , using natural plants to dye fiber to be used in tapestry weaving. I grew up on a dairy farm in Kentucky, travelled around the world and now make my home in Southeastern Arizona with my husband, Pat and Duffy, our Westiepoo.
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7 Responses to Only “O”

  1. What kind of spinning wheel is that?

    I grew up using an outhouse – glad those days are past.

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  3. Roxie Matthews says:

    Orifice! Of course! And you Old quilt is so wonderful! Your grandma had fun with colors!

  4. Cindy in Fl says:

    Great entries! I never thought of orifice either, tho I use my wheel almost everyday! The quilt is a treasure! The outhouse…it has character!

  5. Cindy in FL says:

    (ps-can you email me your address so I can reply to your blog posts on my site?)

  6. weaverofgrass.blogspot.com says:

    How nice to hear from you. I must say your countryside couldn’t be more different from ours. I have seen on television about the flooding of the Colorado river – terrible and such a contrast to the usual dry weather I would guess. The farmer and I have been to Colorado a couple of times and love it there. Interesting that you grew up with Holsteins – soon they will be in for winter and then I will be posting about them again. I shall put you on my blog list – please do call again.

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