Well, we're getting there! Our visit to Schoharie, New York started off rocky--we were two hours late! We picked up the Gracie-Pup in Queens and headed for the highway, but the road that the GPS indicated was closed. And try as we might, we could not find a route upstate that didn't take us back that way!
We drove and drove and finally got on the road. I called Ginny Schaum, our host in Schoharie to let her know that we were running late. She was very gracious and let me know that she would be waiting at Shirley's, where we were to have llunch.
I had decided to drive because I am more likely to push the boundaries when it comes to speed limits. In other words, I am a shameless lawbreaker! Just when I thought we were making up time, traffic came to a dead stop. We sat so long that we finally turned off the car--ugh! Another call to Ginny, who was still patiently waiting.
Shirley was kind enough to pack our lunch to go. I wanted to spend some time talking with her and will do so soon, but we just had to get going.
Glen got directions to Ginny's home, and off he went. Ginny, Sharon Aitchison, and I headed out to see some barn quilts!
Civil War field kit--kind of gruesome and probably not actually belonging to the resident. But I was amazed at how well-preserved it is.
Whew! just a bit more will bring us up to date. Stay tuned!