Quilters at Sea
I just returned from our “Sew We Go – Quebec to Boston” quilting cruise. Wendy and I accompanied a group of 43 quilters, husbands, and traveling companions on a wonderful adventure during Canada’s sesquicentennial year!
It was a delightful group.
One of the greatest blessings of leading our Sew We Go adventures is traveling with happy people who share an interest in travel and quilting. In today’s post I’d like to share some pictures of just a few of our group enjoying themselves.
Like Alice and Karen in front of the St. Lawrence river on our first stop during the bus tour of Quebec City:
Or Jerry and Joyce near the hotel Le Chateau Frontenac, inside the walls of Old Quebec:
In this picture Jim, Mary Ann, Jacque, Will and I are enjoying the beauty of Montmorency Falls:
We also loved the company of Ritarose and Heidi in the atrium of the luxurious Norwegian Dawn:
Myrt, Evelyn and Ron soaked in the beautiful weather on the shores of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia:
and Mary and Jane were pleased to be the first to complete fusing together our onboard lighthouse project:
Everything went well because of our spectacular travel planner, Kristi, of Journeys and Gatherings (PS Happy Birthday Kristi!)
And then there was the food! I’m quite sure Ritarose and Lynn were feeling the joy while indulging in canollis from Modern Pastry in Boston:
Plus the fun of riding the water taxi in Boston Harbor with Linda and Alice.
I think it is obvious we were all having a fantastic time.
Please visit my blog during the coming weeks for posts on the inspiration and quilt related experiences we had along the way.