Sunday, December 10, 2017

This morning

I spent a very happy hour on the front deck this morning watching many motorbikes go by. It was the annual Santa bike run and there were all kinds of bikes from old Indians to Harleys to three wheelers to Vespas. Many of the bikes were decorated with tinsel and had Santa toys attached somewhere.




  Some riders had Santaheads fitted over their helmets. One Harley three wheeler had a trailor behind with Santa in his sleigh and the reindeer. Was a very happy morning. 😆
This afternoon I have been quilting away on the Aussie Hero quilt
All the plain strips now have some kind of quilting on them

And I have been free range quilting around the corn stalks.
Now I need to finish off all the endy bits while watching George Gently.
Happy sewing.

9 comments:

Jo said...

There were a few toy runs on today. Good to hear you enjoyed them passing you by..

Pamela said...

Great way to spend the morning. The quilt is looking good!

Leeanne said...

great the bikers made such an effort and you got to watch..........happy quilting...........

Michelle Ridgway said...

Neat to see the blokes on bikes. Great progress on your quilt! The "Boss" looks very festive in his Santa hat.....unimpressed but festive lol!

Raewyn said...

I imagine the bike run would have made a good sight alright - especially when you know it's for a good cause. The Harley Sleigh combination sounds fun! Sounds like great progress on the quilting :-)

Fiona said...

what fun watching the bikes.... you have made great progress on the quilt too...
How did you go with George Gently? I haven't been watching this series but picked up the end this week...
Hugz

Cheryll said...

Love all the toy runs that happened at this time of year. Great fun!
Merry Christmas xox

Ondrea said...

That would have been fun watching those bikers going by. Great start to the day.

KaHolly said...

Thursday morning I went to an appointment and passed a large retail parking lot. There were no less than 100 bikes and 20 tractor trailer trucks congregated........it filled me with warm fuzzy feelings because I knew just what was going on.