We played a silly card game with them that had us all in stitches! We laughed so hard!!! This is a picture of the sun setting on the bay in front of Mike and Lee's house. So pretty and peaceful. And so very similar to the view of another lake near and dear to my heart. Bass Lake.
Two holiday table runners. The flannel one on the right is really long. It has delicate little applique leaves and red bead berries on either end. The other one is a fun patchwork print, with red ball fringe on each end. The back is a complimentary green stripe. Either side is pretty.
In another shop, I found this white and yellow crochet doily for a dollar. And a brand new pair of red canvas Keds in my size, for one dollar.
When I got back to the cabin, we headed out to meet up with some friends of ours who were spending the weekend in their cabin too. Thea is a soul sister! We met a few years ago, and are continually amazed at how much we have in common. Our husbands too! We both have three adult kids. We both love to cook. We both have vitiligo! We both love hand made items. She is also quite an artist! Which I am not! We never are at a loss for words when we get together. We met up at the Copper Q, a beautiful kitchen/cafe in downtown Big Bear. They do weekend cooking demos, so we met for that, and the guys went out into the woods to collect firewood.
The demo was on White Chocolate Dipped Biscotti. YUM!
We had hoped to hook up with Phil and Thea the next morning, but we wound up having to head back down the hill before we could. We will surely be back soon though, as we keep the boat up there in a slip for the entire summer season, til October. Another great weekend in the pines!!!!!
Come on back tomorrow for a good recipe!