Friday, October 20, 2017

Fun or Funny Fri Foto ~ Kentucky Covered Bridges- Valley Pike/Bouldin

 Valley Pike / Bouldin
Location: Germantown, KY
Today's shots by Mr. G

Lat. / Long.: N 38.674316   W 83.872156
Built in: 1864
Truss Type: Kingpost

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Fun or Funny Fri Foto ~ Kentucky Covered Bridges- Coville 

Fun or Funny Fri Foto ~ Kentucky Covered Bridges- Johnson Creek

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Thoughtful Thinking Thursday #111 ~ Mailbox Companion

 What is your mailbox's companion?
Is it flowers, a sign, nothing.
(a drive by camera shot.)
Or, a representative of the cash crop you raise?
#Tobacco in Kentucky
"THINK about it."

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Game Pieces

          With the Checkers quilt block posted this past Saturday, there had to be some game pieces to play the game.  Making cloth game pieces provides light weight pieces easy to store with the quilt block.


Tuesday Tutorial Teaser



 You may find this post at several Linky Parties. Please check them out for some great ideas.

Thanks to 

GIMP for cropping & other digital effects

PicMonkey creating collages used on this page

 Photoscape for downsizing & watermarking photo

Monday, October 16, 2017

Memory Mon 68~ One Room Schools

 close to Millersburg, KY, USA
When I was born, folks were still attending one room schools in my neighborhood of Kentucky.
Every single one room school I've seen sitting out in rural fields are all built exactly alike.
By the time I started school, they had all been closed in our county and maybe the state by about 2 years.
The opening of a new elementary school in my neighborhood, closed several one room schools.
Like education usually does, philosophy came full circle in the late 90s & early 2000 in Kentucky,
with the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA)
by putting at least 3 grades together in one classroom.
Although, by that time, I'd already taught 2 grades in one classroom for many years.
Now that's a whole new set of memories.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Quilt Shot Block #99~ Checkers

14 ½ x 14 ½ inches
 2 inch strips

 For an 8x8, 8 strips were used.
 8 strips were cut 2 inches wide across.

 It was important to me that intersections matched.
Nesting intersections didn't always work.
Pinning was more accurate for me.

 12 x 12"
This block will actually be used as a board game for checkers.
So a 3 inch boarder border was added.

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