Jack and Dave enjoyed sitting on the "back porch," solving the world's problems, no doubt.
Marce treated us to cucumbers with lime and sea salt, something she had in a local bar in Honduras while she was there with a film crew.
We biked to the Monhegan Bluffs and went down to the beach (140 steps, they say, plus some climbing on rocks.)
When you get down to the beach you are greeted with hundreds of cairns.
Marce collected rocks to build a cairn of her own.
Back on the boat, Dave got in some swimming time and used snorkle gear to go down and scrape barnacles off the propellers.
All too soon, it was time to leave. Cap'n Jack and First Mate Marce took Dave and me back to New London where we had left our car.
Dave enjoyed being aboard!
We had more time together in early September when Marce and Jack anchored in Nyack, NY for 2 weeks. We shopped, did errands, met almost daily at the Runcible Spoon, one of our favorite cafes.
One day, Izzy can to play in our yard!
And when my nephew, Drew came for a quick visit, we managed to get almost all of our family together for a group picture. Missing? Our niece, Ericka
Marce and Jack headed south on Monday. We really miss them!
Despite all this busyness, I did manage to get some sewing in. I made this quilt for a little girl who is expected to make her appearance in November. It's a Chinese Coins quilt made with repro prints.
I machine quilted it with loops and hearts in the borders and sashings.
And backed it with polka dots. I'll add a label when the baby is born and I know her name.
Tomorrow is the baby shower, so I finished it in time!