I decided to do some more geocaching and my travels took me over to Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff
The Point Lonsdale Light house, still a working lighthouse
Looking for the lighthouse over to the pier
going to find geocache info along this track
old WW2 bunkers below the light house
looking down the pier, there is a cache out there but I have not been able to find it yet.
a ship coming in thru the heads, all ships coming in and going out need the pilot to ensure the have a safe trip thru the narrow entrance way. The pilot goes out in a bright orange boat, boards the ship and is taken off again once the ship is inside the heads.
The Queenscliff look out over the entrance looking back to Point Lonsdale, there must be a good fishing spot where those boats are anchored.
the pilot boat dock.
Some sewing has been happening here
I took over the kitchen bench earlier in the week and sewed the binding on this quilt, not the best for the back but it was done.
I also cut up some left over fabric bits into strips
I was a bit worried whether or not I would have enough cotton
The sewing machine and iron have to share the one power point at the moment 😀
All done, quilting was done by Joan over in Portarlington. A lovely open hearts pattern,
no need to worry about the cotton!! The quilt is headed for Lismore now.
Chooky decided to have a Churn Dash along, at first I resisted as I have many other things on the go, but then like lots of others I relented and here we go!! First one laid out, here's hoping I sew them together the right way, I have a bad habit of flipping as I prepare to sew!!
Before I packed up for the day I managed three more blocks. Yay!! Five more to go to meet this months target.
I had better be off, I am due at Adam and Beth's place to help walk the dogs!