Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Spring in the Mountains

Just three days after this year's raffle quilt 'Homage' was being pieced together, snow began falling in the Upper Mountains. By lunchtime, this historic Leura cabin, built in 1917 was nestled in a blanket of white.
We wonder if the original settlers here had fine quilts and covers for their beds or did they use hessian sacks and sugar bags to cover themselves at night? Maybe we should pay homage to the early settlers and reflect on their lives, especially in the freezing weather similar to this day last Friday. 
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  1. Yes we should remember those pioneers.
    Great post Moyra and look at that lovely photo.
    Well done.

  2. What a great photo!! Hard to believe it was snowing last week and now we're having such warm weather!


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