It was sunny and in the mid-60's this afternoon, so we took another walk up to the Grand Lookout. Every time we go, we say "this will be our last trip up here," but on the way down today we thought we might be lucky enough to get another walk up if we have just a little snow. It ought to be really pretty then. In this photo you can see an area of oak trees that are hanging on to their leaves. Many of the beeches also had their leaves, a little lighter brown, on.
After we got home, I put the last border onto my "Insane Squares" quilt. It was from a fall issue of American Patchwork and Quilting, so their quilt had black, oranges, and golds. This one uses lots of different purple, blue, and turquoise batiks, mostly from a "Tonga Treat" package. Unfortunately, I couldn't find yardage of the darker Tonga blue batik, but I got something that I think works pretty well. It was a bit of an intense project, since I wanted certain colors to fall in various sequences. Now I'm waiting for the backing fabric to arrive in the mail, and then I will drive down to NH to deliver it to the longarmer. Maybe next week?
I'm glad to be finished, though, as I have a long list of UFOs, including one pretty good-sized BoB (Box of Blocks) from two swaps. I also want to sandwich my "Atlantic Crossing" wall hanging so I can start hand quilting it. The back for that is in the dryer... oh, gosh! Better get it out!