I actually stuck to my rotation/SAL schedule tonight and thoroughly loved working on Houses of Hawk Run Hollow tonight! After filling in windows for a bit, I then started on the lower roof just a bit... so it doesn't look like much right now :-) I figure that if I can get enough done on MTM this weekend, I might also put some time in on HOHRH as well. I have missed so many Thursdays already due to MTM, so I am falling a bit behind.
Mike finally transferred the photos he took in Portland, Maine off of his camera and onto my computer, so I have chosen a few to share. This is the Portland Regency, the hotel where we stayed.... see the high curbs? That's what Mike hit with his rim and tire (which got fixed today!!). The hotel used to be an armory and was run by the National Guard. It is right on the seaport, and is very old. I just don't recall how old it is....
And... a photo of Mike's car now properly parked along the curb in front of the hotel! Jenna had asked what kind of car it is - it is a Chrysler 300 C SRT8.... big car, that's for sure! The valet was very kind to let Mike park the car right there for the night. That was a nice thing for him to do!
He also snuck a few photos of me stitching on Quaker Garden in the hotel room... and very intently watching the Red Sox put a severe beating on the Yankees on the TV there in front of me - LOL!! (Mike took all of these photos is high resolution, so I uploaded them in small size - they are all much easier to see if you click on them to enlarge them!!)
Time to go to bed now, for tomorrow I get to drive to work in heavy rain and see if my landlord has done anything at all to get my Haverhill office useable for tomorrow... anyone placing any bets?
Stitched on today: Quaker Garden and Houses of Hawk Run Hollow