We visited Washington County Kentucky, and toured a bit with Marlene Frost, who heads up the quilt trail there. I love this "artsy" shot that Glen took.
We also stopped by the Woman's Club to check out Marlene's newest paintings; it looks like the Tobacco Leaf is ready for hanging!
Then over to Marion County to see some of Nancy Miles's incredible work at the Sisters of Loretto Motherhouse. Her Log Cabin here is one of my all-time favorites!
My talk/signing at the Stillhouse restaurant was fun, and the afternoon allowed time for us to tour the Maker's Mark distillery before driving back to Tennessee.
I'm going to admit that the distillery tour was more for Glen's sake than mine. He has, after all, listened to my talk over and over, carried books and equipment from car to venue and back again every day, and been my cheerleader. Surprise--I ended up enjoying the tour a lot!! These windows with the distillery's signature bottle carved in them are pretty cool.
Headed home tonight, but there is a lot more to tell. Stay tuned!
Hi there! I just cannot tell you how fascinating Barn Quilts are for me. I'm from across the pond and have only just discovered them. I'm your latest follower and have just posted about these and linked to you - hope that's ok! Hope one day to see these in person! X CathyReplyDelete
Great photos and I'm with I really like the log cabin.ReplyDelete