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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

We had to work while we were visiting Bec!!

We had to do heaps of work while we were at Bec's. That's what happens when you visit a farm.
We have to help do all this work while we are at Bec's but only get hay for dinner and not even on a plate. We even have to eat it with the goats.
Here we are milking one of the goats.
Hope there's lots of milk so we can drink some.
Le't go for a ride on the goat.
All we get for breakfast is chicken feed with the chooks.
Hey Peg, I've laid an egg!!
Oh no we don't want to be stuck here forever laying eggs. Let's escape.

We have escaped to the quilting room.
 Let's help Bec quilt this lovely flannel quilt for Aunty Alison.
This is such fun quilting. We got to ride on the handles.
Now to move the quilt on the roll so we can quilt the next section.
The finished quilt. It looks great and we got to help quilt it.
After all that hard work we finally get to sleep in a real bed.
Thanks so much for having us Bec.
We had a great holiday with you and all your family.
Now we are off to Queemsland with Aunty Alison.


Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Looks like we had a ball....not too sure about the milking bit.....LOL....your quilt looks fantastic Auntie Al...Bec did a great job...

Chookyblue...... said...

the girls don't look like they got much milk..........nice quilt Alison........

Fairy Floss Stitches said...

I had to laugh at them eating the chicken feed!....I think they felt more at home with the quilting....nice quilt too!